Prep girls basketball: Friday Harbor 57, Cedar Park Christian-MLT 34

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Tabitha Keane scored 24 points to lead the Friday Harbor girls basketball team to its first Northwest 1A/2B/1B victory of the season. Sarah Dresler paced Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace with 22 points. Brianna Jokie added nine points for Cedar Park on three 3-point field goals.

At Cedar Park Christian H.S.

Friday Harbor1714818—57

CPC-MLT671011—34

Friday Harbor—Emily Guard 3, Allie Galt 4, Jean Melborne 10, Maddie Kincaid 6, Mindy Brandli 6, Tyla McKay 4, Tabitha Keane 24. Cedar Park Christian—Leanna Mapel 2, Sarah Dresler 22, Carolina Jimenez, Brianna Joki 9, Salome Yosef 1, Yasmine Judeh. 3-point goals—Guard 1, Dresler 2, Joki 3. Records—Friday Harbor 1-5 in league, 3-13 overall. Cedar Park Christian 0-6, 3-13.

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