Prep girls basketball: Arlington 48, Monroe 34

MONROE — Arlington outscored Monroe 13-2 in the fourth quarter to break open a tight game in the Wesco 4A North opener for both teams. “They out-physicaled us in the fourth quarter,” Monroe coach Matt Chalfant said. Lyndsay Leatherman led Arlington with 13 points and Jessica Ludwig added 12. Deidra Miller topped Monroe with eight points.

At Monroe H.S.

Arlington1471413—48

Monroe87172—34

Arlington—Gracie Castaneda 0, Serafina Balderas 3, Sevi Bielser 0, Emma Janousek 8, Jessica Ludwig 12, Jayla Russ 9, Lyndsay Leatherman 13, unreported 3. Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 2, Corrina Roppo 2, Jordyn Turner 7, Emily Donnelly 0, Katie Piland 0, Hannah Drivstuen 5, Alex Alexander 3, Deidra Miller 8, Chelsea Santjer 0, Amber Van Brunt 7, Loryn Moore 0. 3-point goals—Ludwig 1, Russ 1, Turner 1, Drivstuen 1. Records—Arlington 1-0 league, 4-0 overall. Monroe 0-1, 1-3.

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