Prep girls basketball: Jackson 75, Kamiak 53

MUKILTEO — Sierra Anderson scored 23 points and Kellie Kingma added 16 to help Jackson beat Kamiak in a Wesco 4A South contest. Margaret Slack led the Knights with 17 points.

At Kamiak H.S.



Jackson—Faithaleen Lopez-Flores 15, Sierra Anderson 23, Kellie Kingma 16, Imari Clinton 9, Anna Johnson 11, Drew Lochnane 1, Emily Boyd 0, Emily Kipp 0, Kassaundra Jackson 0, Mackenzie Conrad 0. Kamiak—Monique Canda 4, Alea Marrero 5, Katy Hamill 6, Emily Pillman 2, Margaret Slack 17, Salena Taylor 1, Nora Aboulhosn 4, Sarah Payne 8, Jamie Beirne 6. 3-point goals—Lopez-Flores, Anderson 3, Kingma 2, Johnson, Slack 3, Aboulhosn. Records—Jackson 3-1 league, 7-2 overall. Kamiak 2-3, 4-6.

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