Natalie Kasper and Moni Jackson each scored 18 points. Both players impressed Knights head coach Brian Norman.
"I don't know if Kasper missed a shot," Norman said. "Jackson puts a lot of pressure on the ball. She's strong, despite her size. She hurt us quite a bit."
Margaret Slack and Salena Taylor led Kamiak with 13 points apiece, but Norman lamented his team's slow start that saw the Knights manage just 16 points in the first half.
"We came out too tentative and they hit some shots," Norman said. "In the second half we put a little more pressure on them to get back in the game."
The Knights managed to cut the lead to single digits, but the Warriors seemed to answer every Kamiak run with a 3-pointer. Four of Edmonds-Woodway's six 3-pointers came during the final two periods.
"We left too many of their shooters open," Norman said. "The three killed us in the second half."
At Kamiak H.S.
Edmonds-Woodway 15 14 11 16 -- 56
Kamiak 7 9 14 18 -- 48
Edmonds-Woodway--Kate Wooley 0, Mady Burdett 0, Sidney Eck 14, Natalie Kasper 18, Maddy Nealy 4, Claire Fyfe 0, Moni Jackson 18, Lea Bakken 0, Sydney Peterson 2. Kamiak--Aliea Merraro 0, Jamie Beirne 0, Alexie Morris 3, Nikki Kendrick 2, Monique Canda 3, Katy Hamill 0, Melanie Lachapelle, Kaiya Larsen 0, Aubrey Patrick 0, Emily Pillman 2, Tiana Roe, Margaret Slack 13, Salena Taylor 13, Nora Aboulhosn 12. 3-point goals--Kasper 4, Jackson, Nealy, Slack, Morris, Aboulhosn 2, Canda. Records--Edmonds-Woodway 3-1 league, 6-2 overall. Kamiak 2-2, 4-5.
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