Prep girls basketball: Coupeville 46, Meridian 34

COUPEVILLE — Makana Stone grabbed 18 rebounds to go along with her six points and four blocks as Coupeville defeated Merdian in a nonleague game. Amanda led the Wolves with 13 points and Madeline Strasburg and and Breeanna Messner combined for 13 steals in the win.

At Coupeville H.S.



Meridian—Lunde 8, Galindo 2, Holes 3, Swanson 0, Belanger 0, Murphy 2, Mock 5, Zapien 11, Pyles 3. Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 13, Breeanna Messner 4, Hailey Hammer 8, Kacie Kiel 4, Julia Myers 2, Madeline Strasburg 7, Makana Stone 6, Monica Vidoni 2. 3-point goals—Zapien, Fabrizi. Records—Meridian not reported. Coupeville 1-1.

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