Prep girls basketball: Jackson 71, Cascade 39

EVERETT — Sierra Anderson scored 18 points and Imari Clinton added 15 to lead Jackson to a Wesco 4A south win over Lynnwood. Kennedi Smith scored 13 to lead the scoring for the Bruins.

At Cascade H.S.

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Jackson—Sierra Anderson 18, Kelli Kingma 9, Imari Clinton 15, Emily Kipp 4, Anna Johnson 2, Kassaundra Jackson 2, Emily Boyd 2, Mackenzie Conrad 0, Olivia Miller 10, Kaylie Werner 4, Kelsey Mckay 5. Cascade—Natalie Watson 0, Hien Nguyen 4, Chellyn Perea 3, Taryn Salter 0, Emily Mallos 2, Makinlee Sellevold 9, Brianna Punkiewicz 0, Kennedi Smith 13, Morgan Joyce 8, Larissa Matthews 0. 3-point goals—Anderson, Kingma, Miller, Mckay, Perea, Smith 3, Joyce 2. Records—Jackson 10-2 league, 14-3 overall. Cascade 2-10, 2-15.

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