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Published: Wednesday, January 8, 2014, 11:03 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Highland Christian 44, Skykomish 15

SKYKOMISH -- Chloe Brown had 25 points and 13 rebounds to lead Highland Christian to a big win in a nonleague contest against Skykomish.
At Skykomish H.S.
Highland Christian 19 8 11 6 -- 44
Skykomish 3 4 2 6 -- 15
Highland Christian--Chloe Brown 25, Katie Costley 10, Sinny Li 0, Brooke Hernandez 0, Tammy Yu 0, Alaina Heyward 9, Ploy Ragchart 0. Skykomish--Cheyanne Foster 1, Ariel Aman 10, Kitty Foster 0, Anya McCullough 0, Jillian Aman 4, Kyrah Woodford 0. 3-point goals--Heyward 1. Records--Highland Christian 3-5 overall. Skykomish not reported.

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