Prep girls basketball: Cedarcrest 68, Coupeville 23

COUPEVILLE — Kalee Fowler led Cedarcrest with 16 points in a Cascade Conference win. Susan Kenney and Kailyn Campbell were close behind with 15 apiece for the Red Wolves. Breanna Messner led Coupeville with 7 points and a 3-pointer.

At Coupeville H.S.



Cedarcrest—Kalee Fowler 16, Sarah Stauffer 12, Lacey Deming 4, Molly Hammontree 0, Kailyn Campbell 15, Susan Kenney 15, Courtney McKinney 6, Kathryn Smith 0. Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 2, Breeanna Messner 7, Madeline Strasburg 0, Lauren Escalle 2, Jai’Lysa Hoskins 6, Rhiannon Ellsworth, Haley Marx 0, Katie Kiel 0, Hailey Hammer 4, Bessie Walstad 2. 3-point goals—Campbell 1, Kenney 1, Messner 1. Records—Cedarcrest 7-1 league, 12-2 overall. Coupeville 3-5, 5-8.

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