Prep girls basketball: Highland Christian 35, Lummi Nation 13

BELLINGHAM —An 11-0 third quarter lead Highland Christian to a win over Lummi Nation. Chloe Brown scored a game-high 19 points to lead Highland Christian.

At Lummi Nation School

Highland Christian811115—35

Lummi Nation2407—13

Highland Christian—Chloe Brown 19, Katie Costley 2, Sinny Li 0, Tammy Yu, Alaina Heyward 5, Olivia Hernandez 3, Ploy Ragchart 2, Brooke Hernandez 4, Heather Thom 0. Lummi Nation—Noah James 2, Kylee Tomma 5, Falown Tom 0,Tarla Lawrence 0,Selma Wall 0, Morlenah Jefferson 0, Alexa Gilbertson 2, Sarah Burke 4, Jane Jefferson. 3-point goals—Heyward, Tomma. Records—Highland Christian 1-6 league, 5-9 overall. Lummi Nation 0-6, 0-10 .

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