Prep girls basketball: Darrington 42, Friday Harbor 41

FRIDAY HARBOR — Monica Franke scored a team-high 11 points and Baleigh Rumsey added 10 for Darrington in the Northwest 1A/2B win. Friday Harbor’s Tabitha Keane led all scorers with 16 points.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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Darrington—Railynn Ford 2, Casandra Cousins 4, Breanna Valencia 0, Riley Anderson 5, Devan Wilson 0, Lily Ross 0, Baleigh Rumsey 10, Amy Miles 8, Monica Franke 11, Madison Schoneman 0, Jordyn Stafford 2. Friday Harbor—Irache Yanez 0, Emily Yard 5, Allie Galt 7, Taylor Turnbull 2, Echo Wood 0, Lilli Wood 2, Alexa Mora 0, Nadi Kincade 6, Madden Shanks 3, Tabitha Keane 16. 3-point goals—Rumsey 2, Miles 1, Shanks 1. Records—Darrington 1-0 league, 3-0 overall. Friday Harbor 0-1, 2-3.

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