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Published: Monday, February 3, 2014, 10:51 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Jackson 72, Mariner 23

MILL CREEK — Sierra Anderson led the way with a game-high 16 points and Imari Clinton added 13 as Jackson defeated Mariner in a Wesco 4A South game. Arenela Grebovic led the Maruaders with nine points in the loss.
At Jackson H.S.
Mariner 8 7 3 5 — 23
Jackson 21 21 17 10 — 72
Mariner—Veronica Flores 0, Diana Dinh 0, Realene Nicolas 8, Arnela Grebovic 9, Bianca Bayas 0, Jaycelyn Herbert 1, Kylie Aio 0, Naomi Eastland 2, Stacey McSwain 0, Marli Koba 3, Zena Camara 0, Ramos 0. Jackson—Emily Brown 0, Sierra Anderson 16, Kelli Kingma 12, Brooke Brownfield 0, Imari Clinton 13, Kelsey McKay 1, Emily Kipp 2, Anna Johnson 10, Drew Locknane 5, Kassaundra Jackson 4, Emily Boyd 2, Mackenzie Conrad 3, Werner 4, Olivia Miller 0. 3-point goals—Nicolas, Grebovic 2, Koba, Anderson. Records—Mariner 0-14 league, 1-18 overall. Jackson 11-3, 15-4.

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