Prep girls basketball: King’s 73, Chief Sealth 30

SHORELINE — Karly Hibbard scored 18 points, leading five King’s players in double figures, in a win over Chief Sealth. The Knights forced 27 turnovers and outrebounded the Seahawks 52-33 to finish fifth at the Gift of Life Tournament.

At Mike Martin Gym

King’s23111623—73

Chief Sealth93414—30

King’s—Madison Shinn 0, Mia Hayek 0, Marilyn Jones 0, Julia Berenson 13, Anna Parker 14, Ellie Rasmussen 0, Daylee Hanson 11, Ashley Adams 10, Savanna Hanson 5, Daphne Kieling 2, Karly Hibbard 18. Chief Sealth—Allison Hadaway 8, Sidney Proctor 4, Veronika Korrell 0, Zoe Haywood 1, Lani Taylor 0, O’Shae Walker 7, Samantha Scroggins 7, Bella Cruz De Bonar 3. 3-point goals—Berenson 3, Hanson 2, Walker, Scroggins. Records—King’s 8-3 overall. Chief Sealth 3-8.

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