Prep girls basketball: Glacier Peak 66, Meadowdale 37

SNOHOMISH — Taylor Baird scored a team-high 15 points as Glacier Peak remained undefeated with the Wesco 3A South win. Ndey Sonko scoared a game-high 17 points to lead Meadowdale.

At Glacier Peak H.S.


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Meadowdale—Ciarra Hart 3, Keely Hayes 3, Kassi Dotter 0, Kearstin Franco 4, Angela Birchman 1, Madison Allen 0, Hailey Costello 3, Jaclyn Barhoum 3, Samantha Gregoryk 0, Mackenzie Bretz 2, Ndey Sonko 17. Glacier Peak—Taylor Baird 15, Sadie Mensing 5, Victoria Goudreau 4, Natalie Rasmussen 7, Kaela Collins 4, Sawyer Manning 3, Kianna Garner 6, Sam Fatkin 3, Paisley Johnson 8, Nicole Fausey 9. 3-point goals—Hayes 1, Barhoum 1, Rasmussen 1, Manning 1, Garner 2, Fatkin 1, Johnson 2. Records—Meadowdale 1-2 league, 2-4 overall. Glacier Peak 2-0, 7-0.

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