Prep girls basketball: Kamiak 40, Mariner 29

MUKILTEO — Junior Katy Hamill scored seven points and added eight rebounds to pace Kamiak to a 40-29 victory over Mariner in a Wesco 4A South girls basketball game Monday night.

Salena Taylor, one of Kamiak’s top rebounders, was injured in the first half, according to Knights head coach Wes Williams.

“Salena tweaked her right knee,” Williams said. “She came back in the second half, but for safety reasons we didn’t play her much because we want to save her for the rest of the season.”

Arnela Grebvic led the Mariner offense, scoring eight points, including two 3-pointers, in the loss.

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