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Published: Wednesday, January 15, 2014, 10:43 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Winning school score, losing school score

OAK HARBOR — Taryn Shelley scored 24 points to lead Shorewood to a Wesco 3A South conference win over Oak Harbor. Joanna Leete led Oak Harbor with 18.
At Oak Harbor H.S.
Shorewood 25 18 19 19 — 81
Oak Harbor 17 11 14 5 — 47
Shorewood—Kayla Bradley 6, Salyna McDonald 6, Mika Morgan 10, Abby Gustafson 7, Ashley Nephew 0, Jasmine Pollard 8, Lily Gustafson 13, Danica Bernabe 0, Karrin Leazer 7, Taryn Shelley 24, Ledia Musye 0. Oak Harbor—Courtney Triplett 0, Jamie Estrella 0, Natalie Fiallos 0, Jinai Guzman 9, Joanna Leete 18, Hayley Lundstrom 2, AnnaBelle Whitefoot 2, Julie Jansen 6, Bryn Langrock 11. 3-point goals—Bradley, Morgan 2, Gustafson, Langrock 3, Guzman 1, Leete 4. Records—Shorewood 3-3 league, 9-4 overall. Oak Harbor 0-5, 0-11.

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