Prep girls basketball: Grace Academy 49, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 28

MARYSVILLE — Naomi Tuttle had 11 points and 10 steals for Grace Academy in a nonleague win. Sarah Dresler led Cedar Park Christian with seven points.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace)3988—28

Grace Academy214618—49

Cedar Park Christian—Hailey Carlson 5, Leanna Mapel 5, Connie Karenorsky 0, Sarah Dresler 7, Brianna Joki 4, Salome Yosef 0, Yasmin Judah 2. Grace Academy—Emily VanDam 10, Kayla Emme 8, Julianna Bethune 2, Kristi Thompson 6, Alex Bethune 0, Piper Wright 0, Danica Kline 2, Naomi Tuttle 11, Mary Beth Young 0, Rachel Mulvanny 4, Jasmin Robinson 4, Hannah Eneix 2. 3-point goals—none. Records—Cedar Park Christian 1-4 overall. Grace Academy 3-1.

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