Prep girls basketball: Lake Stevens 54, Mariner 15

EVERETT —A game high 15 points from Kali Long propelled Lake Stevens to a 54-15 win over Mariner in a Wesco 4A crossover game. Emily Vandegrift scored 12 points and Marissa Walton added 10 to lead the Vikings to their fourth conference win.

At Mariner H.S.

Lake Stevens2115144—54

Mariner5253—15

Lake Stevens—Emma Smith 0, Cassidy Fifield 4, Kristen Glick 0, Kacie Reichert 3, Anna Dominick 0, Ivy Jacobsen 6, Marissa Walton 10, Emily Vandegrift 12, Kali Long 15, Hailey Wilson 4. Mariner—Veronica Flores 0, Diana Dinh 0, Realene Nicolas 6, Arnela Grebovic 7, Jaycelyn Herbert 0, Kylie Aio 0, Naomi Eastland 0, Marli Koba 0, Zena Camara 0, Emily Saga 0, Stahzee McSwain 0, Estefania Llamos 0. 3-point goals—Nicolas, Grebovic, Fifield, Reichert, Jacobsen . Records—Lake Stevens 4-6 league, 7-9 overall. Mariner 0-10, 1-14.

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