Prep girls basketball: Arlington 70, Cascade 30

EVERETT — Arlington came out strong, outscoring Cascade 22-4 in the first quarter, and the Eagles went on to defeat the Bruins in a Wesco 4A game. Arlington’s Lyndsay Leatherman scored 15 points, with Jessica Ludwig and Jayla Russ each adding 13 points. Makinlee Sellevold had six points for Cascade.

At Cascade H.S.



Arlington—Gracie Castaneda 5, Serafina Balderas 1, Sarah Short 5, Sevi Bielser 2, Brittany DeNike 3, Emma Janousek 8, Emmi Modahl 3, Jessica Ludwig 13, Abby Anderson 2, Jayla Russ 13, Lyndsay Leatherman 15. Cascade—Natalie Watson 4, Hien Nguyen 1, Chellyn Perea 5, Emily Mallos 3, Makinlee Sellevold 6, Brianna Punkiewicz 4, Kennedi Smith 2, Morgan Joyce 5. 3-point goals—Castaneda, Short, Russ 2, Punkiewicz. Records—Arlington 5-0 league, 10-0 overall. Cascade 1-5, 1-10.

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