Prep girls basketball: Jackson 74, Lake Stevens 39

MILL CREEK — Kelli Kingma scored a game-high 26 points including five 3-pointers as Jackson defeated Lake Stevens in a Wesco 4A game. Emily Vandergrift and Kali Long scored 12 points apiece for the Vikings in the loss.

At Jackson H.S.

Lake Stevens812118—39

Jackson8161624—74

Lake Stevens—Emma Smith 0, Cassidy Fifield 0, Kristen Glick 0, Kacie Reichert 0, Anna Dominick 0, Ivy Jacobsen 0, Marissa Walton 9, Emily Vandegrift 12, Kali Long 12, Hailey Wilson 6. Jackson—Faithaleen Lopez-Flores 17, Sierra Anderson 18, Kelli Kingma 26, Kaylei Werner 2, Imari Clinton 6, Emily Kipp 0, Anna Johnson 0, Martina Mason, Drew Lochnane 2, Kassaundra Jackson 0, Emily Boyd 3. 3-point goals—Lopez-Flores, Anderson, Kingma 5. Records—Lake Stevens 1-6 league, 4-9 overall. Jackson 5-1, 9-2.

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