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Published: Thursday, January 30, 2014, 9:16 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Highland Christian 35, Lummi 25

MARYSVILLE — Chloe Brown scored a game-high 18 points and Brooke Hernandez added 16 as Highland Christian defeated Lummi in a Northwest 1B game. Turina Humphries paced the Blackhawks with 13 points in the loss.
At Cascade Reformed Church
Lummi 6 5 8 6 — 25
Highland Christian 13 3 8 11 — 35
Lummi—Bella James 2, Harley Ellenwood 10, Kylie Toma 0, Sabrin Tom 0, Carla Lawrence 0, Selma Wall 0, Sheriesse Sulleman 0, Sarah Burke 0, Turina Humphries 13, Jane Jefferson 0. Highland Christian—Chloe Brown 18, Katie Costley 1, Sinny Li 0, Brooke Hernandez 16, Tammy Yu 0, Olivia Hernandez 0, Ploy Ragchart 0, Heather Thom 0. 3-point goals—Humphries 2. Records—Lummi 0-7 league, 0-11 overall. Highland Christian 2-6, 6-10.

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