Prep girls basketball: Arlington 65, Stanwood 48

ARLINGTON — Lyndsay Leatherman scored 18 points and added 12 rebounds for Arlington in the win. Jessica Ludwig also chipped in a double-double for the Eagles with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Tristan Murphy paced Stanwood with 11 points.

At Arlington H.S.

Stanwood9151014—48

Arlington1491527—65

Stanwood—Sierra Palmer 2, Julia Heichel 15, Samantha Powell 5, Macael Hansen, Haley Strowbridge 5, Jillian Jacobs, Janea Taylor 1, Kylie Wright, Ashley Bierer 9, Tristan Murphy 11. Arlington—Gracie Castaneda 7, Serafina Balderas 0, Sarah Short 0, Sevi Bielser 2, Brittany DeNike 2, Olivia Larson, Emma Janousek 13, Emmi Modahl, Jessica Ludwig 11, Jayla Russ 12, Lyndsay Leatherman 18. 3-point goals—Heichel 3, Strowbridge 1, Bierer 3, Russ 1. Records—Stanwood 8-8 overall. Arlington 14-3.

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