Prep girls basketball: King’s 66, South Whidbey 54

LANGLEY — After scoring just five points in the first quarter, King’s responded with 24 in the second to take command of the Cascade Conference game. Savanna Hanson scored 20 points and Karly Hibbard had 19 for the victorious Knights. Hayley Newman tallied 25 points for South Whidbey.

At South Whidbey H.S.

King’s5241918—66

South Whidbey13101417—54

King’s—Madison Shinn 1, Kendall Adams 0, Mia Hayek 3, Marilyn Jones 0, Julia Berenson 5, Ellie Rasmussen 6, Daylee Hanson 6, Ashley Adams 5, Savanna Hanson 20, Daphne Kieling 1, Karly Hibbard 19. South Whidbey—Kristen Schuster 0, Meagan Longdon 4, Anne Madsen 5, Madi Boyd 4, Abby Hodson 2, Ellie Greene 10, Annalies Schuster 4, Hayley Newman 25. 3-point goals—Berenson, D. Hanson 2, S. Hanson 2, Hayek, Newman 2. Records—King’s 6-2 league, 9-5 overall. South Whidbey 3-5, 7-7.

More in Sports

Oak Harbor beats Arlington 13-7 in 3OT slugfest

The Wildcats clinch a Wesco 3A North playoff berth with the hard-fought, triple-overtime victory.

Friday’s prep football results

Conference championship races are tightening up. (VIDEO)

Seahawks place Avril on IR; Bennett listed as questionable

Injuries continue to mount for the Seahawks heading into Sunday’s game against the Giants in New York.

Silvertips fall to Warriors 6-3

Everett’s losing skid hits three games with the loss at home.

Sedro-Woolley dismantles Lakewood in 41-0 shutout

The Cougars couldn’t get going against the Cubs, but can still clinch a share of the NWC 2A title.

No. 15 WSU looking to bounce back against Colorado

The Cougars are ‘determined to improve’ after suffering their first loss to the season against Cal.

Week 8: Prep football stars of the night

Capassio Cherry, RB, Edmonds-Woodway Cherry, a senior, rushed for 205 yards on… Continue reading

Astros beat Yankees 7-1 to force Game 7 in ALCS

Justin Verlander pitches seven shutout innings to keep Houston’s season alive.

Everett High team shakes things up, discovers ways to win

The coach’s challenge and the players’ response has the Seagulls on the verge of the playoffs.

Most Read