Prep girls basketball: Glacier Peak 53, Oak Harbor 39

OAK HARBOR — Trailing by one point entering the fourth quarter, Glacier Peak ripped off a 20-3 run to take control of the Wesco 3A crossover game. Sarah Smith led the Grizzlies with 11 points, while Jalani Bobo and Kelsey Rankin each scored 10 for the Wildcats.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Glacier Peak1314521—53

Oak Harbor81786—39

Glacier Peak—Taylor Baird 2, Sadie Mensing 9, Carly Ruiz 0, Sophia Gaffney 4, Victoria Goudreau 0, India Smith 5, Sarah Smith 11, Sawyer Manning 9, Kianna Garner 0, Nicole Fausey 8, Allie Weathersby 5. Oak Harbor—Natalie Fiallos 0, Elizabeth Lym 0, Jinai Guzman 0, Deja Bunch 2, Jalani Bobo 10, Kelsey Rankin 10, Ciera Wiser 8, Annie Leete 9, Hayley Lundstrom 0, AnnaBelle Whitefoot 0, Brook Peplinski 0. 3-point goals—S. Smith 3, Manning 3, Weathersby. Records—Glacier Peak 6-2 league, 11-4 overall. Oak Harbor 2-6, 5-10.

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