Prep girls basketball: Lake Stevens 61, Monroe 29

MONROE — Vikings guard Brooke Pahukoa scored a game-high 24 points and Lake Stevens got the Wesco 4A North victory. The win marked the Viking’s 10th league victory and capped a season where they were only two games behind league-champion Arlington. Lake Stevens hosts 4A South No. 3-seed Edmonds-Woodway and Monroe goes on the road to play No. 1 Lynnwood. Both games are at 7 p.m.

At Monroe H.S.

Lake Stevens11221018—61

Monroe8489—29

Lake Stevens—Alex Briggs 3, Mallory Gipson 0, Chelsea Pahls 6, Ivy Blackmon 0, Brittney Pahukoa 5, Emily Vandegrift 2, Brooke Pahukoa 24, Kali Long 12, Cassidy Fifield 9. Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 0, Tiffany Ohlsen 0, Jordyn Turner 5, Ashley Alexander 4, Payton Wangner 0, Kylie Smith 5, Breezy Shore 0, Chelsea Santjer 0, Alex Alexander 0, Deidra Miller 9, Amber Van Brunt 6, Loryn Moore 0, Hannah Drivstuan 0, Emily Donnelly 0. 3-point goals—Briggs 1, Fifield 1, Smith 1. Records—Lake Stevens 10-4 league, 14-6 overall. Monroe 6-8, 10-10.

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