Prep girls basketball: King’s 63, Friday Harbor 31

SHORELINE — Daylee Hanson scored 21 points to go along with her five steals and Savanna Hanson added 13 points and seven rebounds as King’s defeated Friday Harbor in a 1A District 1 Tournament game. With the win the Knights advance to face the Nooksack Valley-Blaine winner, Friday at 6 p.m. at a site to be determined.

At King’s H.S.

Friday Harbor48613—31

King’s15171417—63

Friday Harbor—not reported. King’s—Kendall Adams, Maddie Nielson 0, Marilyn Jones 2, Julia Berenson 5, Daylee Hanson 21, Anna Parker 6, Hannah Echelbarger 0, Savanna Hanson 13, Audrey Friedline 4, Abbi Echelbarger 0, Karly Hibbard 7, Alysanne Van Dyke 0. 3-point goals—Berenson, Hibbard 2. Records—Friday Harbor 8-13 overall. King’s 17-3.

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