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Published: Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 1:00 a.m.

Prep girls basketball: Tulalip Heritage 53, Highland Christian 42

MARYSVILLE — Adiya Jones scored a team-high 23 points, including three 3-pointers, as Tulalip Heritage stayed undefeated in Northwest 1B play with the win. Chloe Brown led all scorers with 27 points for Highland Christian.
At Tulalip Heritage
Highland Chr. 5 2 8 27 — 42
Tulalip Her. 9 20 15 9 — 53
Highland Christian—Chloe Brown 27, Katie Costley 5, Sinny Li 0, Tammy Yu 0, Alaina Heyward 0, Olivia Hernandez 0, Ploy Ragchart 3, Brooke Hernandez 7. Tulalip Heritage—Myrna Redleaf 5, Adiya Jones 23, Shania Moses 2, Paris Verda 5, Desirae Williams 0, Kaela Tyler 10, Santana Shopbell 2, Jaylin Rivera 1, Michelle Iukes 5. 3-point goals—Brown 1, Redleaf 1, Jones 3, Iukes 1, Verda 1, Tyler 2. Records—Highland Christian 2-7 league, 6-10 overall. Tulalip Heritage 9-0, 14-2.

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