Prep girls basketball: Ferndale 59, Stanwood 48

FERNDALE —Despite 23 turnovers, Ferndale took down Stanwood in a loser-out matchup in the 3A District 1 Tournament behind a game-high 24 points from Linsey Honeycutt. Jillian Jacobs scored 15 points and Tristan Murphy added 14 to lead the Spartans.

At Ferndale H.S.

Stanwood8111415—48

Ferndale12141122—59

Stanwood—Sierra Palmer 0, Julia Heichel 2, Samantha Powell 9, Haley Strowbridge 0, Jillian Jacobs 15, Janea Taylor 8, Tristan Murphy 14. Ferndale—Carly Bannerman 0, Shelby Slaughter 0, Abby Reid 6, Taryn Knutson 13, Darien Camarillo 0, Hannah Carlson 10, Brooke Benson 6, Linsey Honeycutt 24, Dasia Washington 0, Kendyl Puhan 0, Gabrielle Edison 0. 3-point goals—Jacobs 2, Benson, Knutson. Records—Stanwood 12-11 overall. Ferndale 18-5.

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