Prep girls basketball: Cedarcrest 49, Port Angeles 38

LYNDEN — Kailyn Campbell scored 14 points and had 15 rebounds to lead Cedarcrest over Port Angeles in a 2A girls regional basketball game on Friday night. Cedarcrest advances to the state quarterfinals in Yakima.

Cedarcrest 14 9 7 19 — 49

Port Angeles 6 10 11 11 — 38

Cedarcrest—Susan Kenney 19, Kailyn Campbell 14, Sarah Stauffer 9, Kalee Fowler 3, Courtney McKinney 2, Lacey Deming 2, Molly Hammontree 0, Kathryn Smith 0. Port Angeles—Maddie Boe 0, Mariah Frazier 3, Maddy Hinrichs 10, Shayla Northern 4, Macy Walker 11, Krista Johnson 7, Bailee Jones 3, Kylee Jeffers 0. 3-pointers: Cedarcrest: Fowler 1, Kenney 1. Port Angeles: Hinrichs 2, Walker 2, Johnson 2.

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