Prep girls basketball: King’s 62, Lindbergh 24

SEATTLE — Savanna Hanson scored 16 points and added eight rebounds to lead King’s to a nonleague win over Lindbergh.

At Mike Martin Gym

King’s15161813—62

Lindbergh47310—24

King’s—Madison Shinn 2, Kendall Adams 4, Mia Hayek 2, Marilyn Jones 7, Julia Berenson 12, Anna Parker 2, Ellie Rasmussen 4, Daylee Hanson 11, Ashley Adams 2, Savanna Hanson 16, Daphne Kieling 0, Karly Hibbard 0. Lindbergh—Witherspoon 4, Simpson 1, Brooks 11, Johnson 0, Batschi 0, Wiley 4, Lese 3, Kautz 0, Johnson 0, Daley 1, Alloway 0. 3-point goals—Berenson 2, Hanson 1. Records—King’s 1-2 overall. Lindbergh 1-1.

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