Prep girls basketball: Everett 70, Oak Harbor 26

OAK HARBOR — Darian Reilly scored 17 points and Tenika Wentworth added 14 to lead Everett to a win over Wesco 3A North opponent Oak Harbor. Joanna Leete led the Wildcats in scoring with 16, including five 3-pointers.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Everett1625218—70

Oak Harbor101204—26

Everett—Megan Dedrick 9, Caroline Overstreet 7, Sydney Taggart 5, Darian Rielly 17, Tenika Wentworth 14, Julie Ramirez 3, Amber Hagar 12, Katy Hedington 3. Oak Harbor—Jamie Estrella 0, Liz Lym 0, Jinai Guzman 2, Kenna Prosch 0, Joanna Leete 16, Hayley Lundstrom 0, Brook Peplinski 2, Julie Jansen 3, Bryn Langrock 3. 3-point goals—Dedrick 2, Overstreet, Taggart, Rielly 4, Langrock, Leete 5. Records—Everett 6-4 league, 10-7 overall. Oak Harbor 0-10, 0-16.

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