Prep girls basketball: Everett 68, Marysville Getchell 42

MARYSVILLE — Kiki Harper scored 19 points to lead Everett to a Wesco 3A North win over Marysville Getchell and clinch a 3A District berth for the Seagulls. Darian Rielly and Katy Hedington added 18 points apiece for Everett, while Khalyn King scored 12 points for the Chargers in the loss.

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

Everett24221210—68

Marysville Getchell1212810—42

Everett—Kiki Harper 19, Bailey McMullen 3, Sydney Taggart 6, Darian Rielly 18, Madison Rutlege 0, Caroline Overstreet 4, Julie Ramirez 0, Katy Hedington 18. Marysville Getchell—Lefstad 2, Marina Wika 0, Kaitlyn McCormick 4, Katie Stordahl 7, Lexy Wilson 11, KayAnn Gamalinda 4, Khalyn King 12, Ashlynn Trujillo 0, Ruby Lura 2. 3-point goals—Rielly 1. King 3, Stordahl 2. Records—Everett 5-6 league, 9-9 overall. Marysville Getchell 0-11, 2-16.

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