Prep girls basketball: Cedarcrest 62, Coupeville 24

DUVALL — Cedarcrest got the Cascade Conference win behind a game-leading 19 point performance from Susan Kenney. Sarah Stauffer also scored 18 for the Red Wolves. Molly Hammontree led Cedarcrest in rebounds with 10. Hailey Hammer paced Coupeville with eight points.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 0, Breeanna Messner 1, Lauren Escalle 6, Jai’Lysa Hoskins 3, Haley Marx 0, Makana Stone 6, Katie Kiel 0, Hailey Hammer 8, Bessie Walstad 0. Cedarcrest—Kalee Fowler 9, Sarah Stauffer 18, Lacey Deming 2, Molly Hammontree 2, Kailyn Campbell 10, Susan Kenney 19, Courtney McKinney 6, Kathryn Smith 0. 3-point goals—none. Records—Coupeville 0-1 league, 1-3 overall. Cedarcrest 1-0, 5-0.

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