Prep girls basketball: Coupeville 42, Meridian 41

COUPEVILLE — Julia Myers’ free throw with five seconds remaining in the fourth quarter lifted Coupeville to a win over Meridian in a loser-out game at the 1A District 1 Tournament. Amanda Fabrizi led the Wolves with 18 points and Breeanna Messner added eight rebounds and seven assists. Coupeville plays at Blaine on Friday at 5 p.m. in a consolation semifinal.

At Coupeville H.S.

Meridian9121010—41

Coupeville614139—42

Meridian—Taylor Lunde 3, Allecia Galindo 0, Kendra Holmes 2, Sydney Swanson 10, Janessa Murphy 5, Allie Mack 5, Ryley Zapien 16, Grace Pyles 0, Emily Stuth 0. Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 18, Breeanna Messner 3, McKayla Bailey 0, Kacie Kiel 2, Julia Myers 3, Wynter Thorne 0, Makana Stone 12, Carlie Rosenkrance 2, Monica Vidoni 2. 3-point goals—Swanson, Zapien, Fabrizi. Records—Meridian 4-18 overall. Coupeville 10-12.

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