Prep girls basketball: King’s 72, Cedarcrest 58

DUVALL — Savanna Hanson scored a school record 34 points as Kings locked up the Cascade Conference regular season title with a win over Cedarcrest. Kalee Fowler scored 21 points to lead the Red Wolves.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

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King’s—Marilyn Jones 0, Julia Berenson 5, Daylee Hanson 6, Anna Parker 14, Savanna Hanson 34, Karly Hibbard 8, Maddie Nielson 0, Casey Kispert 0, Hannah Echelbarger 2, Audrey Friedline 3. Cedarcrest—Megan Ditore 5, Kalee Fowler 21, Brittney Kissinger 0, Lacey Deming 2, Susan Kenney 24, LuAnn Townley 2, Mieke Van Ess 0, Kathryn Smith 4. 3-point goals—Fowler, Kenney, Ditore, S.Hanson 5, Berenson. Records—King’s 13-0 league, 16-3 overall. Cedarcrest 11-2, 16-3.

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