Prep girls basketball: King’s 61, Coupeville 37

SEATTLE — Karly Hibbard scored 11 points and Julia Berenson and Savanna Hanson added 10 points apiece, as King’s beat Coupeville to cap a perfect Cascade Conference slate for the Knights. Both teams qualified for next week’s 1A District 1 tournament. In opening round action, Coupeville will travel to Mount Baker, while King’s will host Friday Harbor.

At King’s H.S.



Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 7, Breeanna Messner 5, Kacie Kiel 2, Julia Myers 2, Madeline Strasburg 9, Wynter Thorne 0, Makana Stone 6, McKayla Bailey 2, Carlie Rosenkrance 0, Monica Vidoni 4. King’s—Maddie Nielson 2, Marilyn Jones 9, Julia Berenson 10, Daylee Hanson 8, Anna Parker 9, Hannah Echelbarger 0, Savanna Hanson 10, Audrey Friedline 2, Karly Hibbard 11. 3-point goals—Berenson, Hibbard. Records—Coupeville 5-9 league, 9-11 overall. King’s 14-0, 17-3.

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