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Published: Friday, February 14, 2014, 10:43 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Lynden 63, Lakewood 29

LYNDEN — Hayley Senyitko scored 11 points but Lakewood lost its district opener. Lakewood travels to play Anacortes in a loser-out game on Monday.
At Lynden H.S.
Lakewood 5 9 4 11 — 29
Lynden 17 15 17 14 — 63
Lakewood—Hayley Senyitko 11, Natalie Neer 4, Hailey Malakowski 5, Marissa Blair 5, Cassidy Dvorak 5, Reille Jones 1, Courtney Ball 0, Kaylie Andrews 0. Lynden—Amanda Warner 8, Kira Nelson 0, Jasmyne Neria 2, Holly McKinley 3, Ashlyn Morgan 6, Elisa Kooiman 14, Kaitlyn Mark 10, Emily Holt 5, Stephanie Somers 10, Maddie Kramme 0, Lauren Zwiers 0, Olivia Bonsen 0. 3-point goals—Senyitko, Somers 2. Records—Lakewood 8-13 overall. Lynden 15-6.

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