Prep girls basketball: Ferndale 55, Shorecrest 51

FERNDALE — Hannah Carlson scored a game-high 22 points as Ferndale rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Shorecrest in the opening round of 3A District 1 Tournament play.

Onyie Chibuogwu scored 17 to lead the Scots, who host Marysville Pilchuck in a loser-out game on Saturday at 7 p.m.

At Ferndale H.S.

Shorecrest1181418—51

Ferndale14141413—55

Shorecrest—Lindsey Shattuck 4, Wurrie Njadoe 4, Jazlyn Owens 0, Keyonna Jones 7, Onyie Chibuogwu 17, Savannah Tidwell 2, Jalyn Hizey 7, Uju Chibuogwu 10. Ferndale—Carly Bannerman 5, Shelby Slaughter 0, Abby Reid 0, Taryn Knutson 10, Hannah Carlson 22, Brooke Benson 6, Linsey Honeycutt 11, Tamario 1. 3-point goals—Jones, Hizey 2, U.Chibuogwu 2, Knutson, Bannerman, Carlson. Records—Shorecrest 15-6 overall. Ferndale 18-4.

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