Prep girls basketball: Grace Academy 34, Cedar Park Christian-MLT 29

MARYSVILLE — Kayla Emme scored 11 points and Kristi Thompson added 10 to help Grace Academy hold off Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace in a 1B District Tournament game. Grace Academy’s Sarah Dresler had 15 points. With the loss, the Lions will play Lummi in a loser-out game on Tuesday. The Eagles advanced to play Mount Vernon Christian in the semifinals on Wednesday.

At Grace Academy

Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace)2999—29

Grace Academy101248—34

Cedar Park Christian—Leanna Mapel 2, Sarah Dresler 15, Carolina Jimenez 3, Brianna Joki 7, Salome Yosef 0, Yasmine Judah 2. Grace Academy—Emily VanDam 2, Kayla Emme 11, Julianna Bethune 3, Kristi Thompson 10, Alex Bethune 0, Danica Kline 2, Naomi Tuttle 2, Mary Beth Young 0, Rachel Mulvanny 2, Jasmin Robinson 2. 3-point goals—Joki 2, Emme, Dresler 2. Records—Cedar Park Christian 4-15 overall. Grace Academy 12-8.

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