Prep girls basketball: Bear Creek 51, Darrington 36

REDMOND — Baleigh Rumsey scored 16 points, but Bear Creek knocked off Darrington in a nonleague game to hand the Loggers their first defeat of the season.

At Bear Creek School

Darrington69912—36

Bear Creek10141314—51

Darrington—Casandra Cousins 2, Breanna Valencia 0, Riley Anderson 4, Devan Wilson 4, Lily Ross 0, Baleigh Rumsey 16, Amy Miles 6, Monica Franke 4. Bear Creek—Michelle Kahue 1, Kristina Englestone 11, Megan McRae 1, Jessica Beighle 0, Tara Leuenberger 0, Abby Linnenkohl 0, Darryln McDonough 7, Hailey Morgan 11, Catherine Hernandez 12, Hannah Beighle 8. 3-point goals—Rumsey 2, Anderson, McDonough. Records—Darrington 5-1 overall. Bear Creek 6-0.

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