Prep girls basketball: Glacier Peak 47, Inglemoor 31

SNOHOMISH — Taylor Baird scored 13 points and Sadie Mensing added nine and Glacier Peak limited 6-foot-4 center Deja Strother to just 11 points in a nonleague victory. The Grizzlies clamped down in the fourth quarter, holding the Vikings to just three points to extend their lead.

At Glacier Peak H.S.


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Inglemoor—Gardner 4, Walker 0, I. Eneka 0, Hagen 1, Williams 0, Price 4, McCausland 5, C. Eneka 2, Strother 11, Nicholas 4. Glacier Peak—Taylor Baird 13, Sadie Mensing 9, Rasmussen 5, Kaela Collins 2, Sarah Smith 4, Sawyer Manning 3, Kianna Garner 6, Nicole Fausey 5. 3-point goals—McCausland, Rasmussen, Manning. Records—Inglemoor 0-1 overall. Glacier Peak 1-0.

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