Prep girls basketball: Arlington 64, Mount Vernon 39

ARLINGTON — Jayla Russ and Lyndsay Leatherman each finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds as Arlington improved to 9-0 overall after a Wesco 4A North win over Mount Vernon. Alyssa Evans scored a game-high 20 points for the Bulldogs.

At Arlington H.S.

Mount Vernon1251210—39

Arlington14131720—64

Mount Vernon—Jenna Moores 0, Alisyn Schmidt 0, Polly Walser 0, Allison Marken 7, Taylor Carpenter 6, Brenyn Hart 0, Katie Keck 6, Michaela Roozen 0, Alyssa Evans 20, Brittany Munson 0. Arlington—Gracie Castaneda 2, Serafina Balderas 9, Sarah Short 4, Sevi Bielser 8, Brittany DeNike 0, Emma Janousek 5, Emmi Modahl 0, Jessica Ludwig 6, Abby Anderson 0, Jayla Russ 15, Lyndsay Leatherman 15. 3-point goals—Carpenter 2, Evans, Balderas, Bielser 2. Records—Mount Vernon 0-4 league, 4-6 overall. Arlington 4-0, 9-0.

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