Prep girls basketball: King’s 33, Blaine 32

SHORELINE — Anna Parker’s game-winning shot at the buzzer completed the Knights’ second-half comeback as King’s edged Blaine in 1A District Tournament game. Parker, Kendall Adams and Daylee Hanson each scored seven points for the Knights, who trailed by 10 points at halftime. Karly Hibbard led King’s with 13 rebounds. The Knights will play Lynden Christian in the district championship game on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. at Mountlake Terrace High School.

At King’s H.S.

Blaine121136—32

King’s67911—33

Blaine—B. Chau 4, O. Olason 4, A. McElwain 7, N. Ortega 0, B. Breedlove 1, T. V’Dovec 4, M. Hayes 12. King’s—Kendall Adams 7, Mia Hayek 3, Anna Parker 7, Ellie Rasmussen 5, Daylee Hanson 7, Ashley Adams 4, Karly Hibbard 0. 3-point goals—Olason, Hayek. Records—Blaine 16-6 overall. King’s 15-7.

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