Prep girls basketball: Lake Stevens 57, Mount Vernon 37

MOUNT VERNON — Brooke Pahukoa paced Lake Stevens with 15 points in a Wesco 4A North win. Emily Vandegrift scored 12 for Mount Vernon and Alyssa Evans led scoring for Mount Vernon and the game with 16 points and two 3-pointers.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Lake Stevens17121414—57

Mount Vernon87616—37

Lake Stevens—Alex Briggs 3, Mallory Gipson 0, Chelsea Pahls 5, Railey Pedersen 0, Brittney Pahukoa 11, Emily Vandegrift 12, Brooke Pahukoa 15, Kali Long 6, Cassidy Fifield 5. Mount Vernon—Alisyn Schmidt 0, Shanice Brown 2, Taylor Carpenter 6, Katie Keck 4, Allison Marken 8, Carly Patrick 0, Michaela Roozen 2, Alyssa Evans 16, Renee Larson 0. 3-point goals—Carpenter 2, Evans 2, Briggs 1, Fifield 1, Brooke Pahukoa 1. Records—Lake Stevens 9-4 league, 13-6 overall. Mount Vernon 1-12, 2-16.

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