Prep girls basketball: Jackson 76, Mariner 19

EVERETT — Kelli Kingma led all scorers with 18 points as Jackson defeated Mariner in a Wesco 4A South game. Sierra Anderson and Faithaleen Lopez-Flores added 11 and 10 points respectively for the Timberwolves in the win.

At Mariner H.S.



Jackson—Faithaleen Lopez-Flores 10, Sierra Anderson 11, Kelli Kingma 18, Imari Clinton 9, Emily Kipp 0, Anna Johnson 0, Drew Lochnane 8, Kassaundra Jackson 3, Emily Boyd 0, Emily Brown 5, Olivia Miller 5, Kaylei Weiner 4, MacKenzie Conrad 0, Keslie McKey 3. Mariner—Diana Dinh 0, Realene Nicolas 5, Amela Grebovic 5, Bianca Bayas 0, Kylie Aio 2, Zena Camara 2, Emily Saga 2, Estefania Llamos 3. 3-point goals—Nicolas, Anderson, Kingma 2, Clinton, Brown, Miller, McKey. Records—Jackson 2-1 league, 6-2 overall. Mariner 0-4, 1-8.

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