Prep girls basketball: Kamiak 49, Cascade 29

MUKILTEO — A balanced Kamiak scoring attack helped lead the Knights to a win over Wesco 4A South opponent Cascade. Chellyn Perea led the Bruins, scoring a game-high 15 in the loss.

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Cascade—Natalie Watson 0, Hien Nguyen 0, Chellyn Perea 15, Taryn Salter 2, Emily Mallos 3, Makinlee Sellevold 3, Brianna Punkiewicz 0, Kennedi Smith 0, Morgan Joyce 6, Whitney Harris, Larissa Matthews. Kamiak—Aliea Marrero 3, Jamie Beirne 1, Tylor Adcock 2, Kaiya Larsen 2, Nicolette Kendrick 0, Aubrey Patrick 8, Jocelynn Blackshear 0, Margaret Slack 5, Salena Taylor 8, Emily Pillman 6, Nora Aboulhosn 6, Monique Canda 2, Katy Hamill 6. 3-point goals—Perea,Joyce 2, Marrero, Slack, Pillman 2, Aboulhosn 2. Records—Cascade 2-11 league, 2-16 overall. Kamiak 8-5, 10-8.

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