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Published: Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 10:45 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Cedarcrest 84, Granite Falls 12

GRANITE FALLS — Kalee Fowler scored a game-high 24 points in Cedarcrest’s Cascade Conference win over Granite Falls.
At Granite Falls H.S.
Cedarcrest 32 18 19 15 — 84
Granite Falls 2 3 5 2 — 12
Cedarcrest—Megan Ditore 17, Kalee Fowler 24, Brittney Kissinger 4, Lacey Deming 4, Susan Kenney 19, LuAnn Townley 9, Avery Rich 7, Kathryn Smith 7. Granite Falls—Mckenzie Meyer 0, Kimberly Martinez 8, Hailey Teter 0, Sadie Woolman-Morgan 0, Justine Bashour 0, Jessaca LaBoda 1, Annie Hart 0, Caitlinn Santiesteban 0, Makenzie McLaughlin 0, Hayley Hansen 1, Gabriella Chavez 2. 3-point goals—Ditore 3, Fowler 2, Martinez 2. Records—Cedarcrest 12-1 league, 16-2 overall. Granite Falls 0-12, 1-17.

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