Prep girls basketball: Lake Stevens 60, Monroe 46

LAKE STEVENS — Behind Brooke Pahukoa’s 22 points and Emily Vandergrift’s nine points and 17 rebounds, Lake Stevens defeated Monroe 60-46 in a Wesco 4A North game.

The Vikings shot 21-for-24 from the free-throw line and according to Lake Stevens head coach Randall Edens used several key adjustments as his key to the teams victory.

“The big thing was to hold their two leading scorers accountable,” said Edens. “(Kylie) Smith had to deal with foul trouble, and then we were able to break open with a 20-point lead halfway through the third.”

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Monroe812719—46

Lake Stevens16112112—60

Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 2, Tiffany Ohlsen 2, Jordyn Turner 11, Ashley Alexander 0, Kylie Smith 7, Breezy Shore 7, Chelsea Santjer 0, Alex Alexander 0, Deidra Miller 13, Amber Van Brunt 2, Loryn Moore 2. Lake Stevens—Alex Briggs 10, Mallory Gipson 0, Chelsea Pahls 1, Railey Pedersen 0, Ivy Blackmon 0, Brittney Pahukoa 8, Emily Vandegrift 9, Brooke Pahukoa 22, Kali Long 10, Hailey Wilson 0. 3-point goals—Smith 1, Shore 1, Briggs 2, B. Pahukoa 1. Records—Monroe 1-3 league, 3-4 overall. Lake Stevens 2-2, 5-2.

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