Prep girls basketball: Darrington 59, Concrete 39

DARRINGTON — Double digit scoring from Baleigh Rumsey (13) and Amy Miles (12) led Darrington to a double digit Northwest conference win. Darrington jumped to an early lead with a 18-7 first quarter. Xyomara Ramos led the scoring for Concrete with 13.

At Darrington H.S.

Concrete813108—39

Darrington17151215—59

Concrete—Xyomara Ramos 13, Muriel Troka 12, Cassidy Cargile 4, Kelse Cargile 4, Rebecca Torheim 2, Chloe Stidman 2, Katelin Pritchard 2. Darrington—Railynn Ford 6, Casandra Cousins 8, Breanna Valencia 0, Riley Anderson 4, Devan Wilson 5, Lily Ross 1, Baleigh Rumsey 13, Amy Miles 12, Monica Franke 9, Madison Schoneman 1, Jordyn Stafford 0, Shelby Stafford 0. 3-point goals—Ramos, Wilson, Rumsey 2. Records—Concrete 0-1 league, 1-8 overall. Darrington 1-1, 7-3.

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