Prep girls basketball: Lake Stevens 67, Lewis & Clark 62

SPOKANE — Brooke Pahukoa scored 20 points and sister Brittney had 19 as Lake Stevens beat Lewis &Clark in a nonleague game. Kali Long added 14 points and the Vikings shot 26-for-33 from the free throw line as a team.

At Lewis &Clark H.S.

Lake Stevens9182416—67

Lewis &Clark14181911—62

Lake Stevens—Alex Briggs 6, Mallory Gipson 0, Chelsea Pahls 1, Railey Pedersen 4, Ivy Blackmon 3, Brittney Pahukoa 19, Emily Vandegrift 0, Brooke Pahukoa 20, Kali Long 14, Hailey Wilson 0. Lewis &Clark—Tampian 8, Lupfer 10, Keenan 2, Howlett 7, Lee 6, Bates 12, Romasko 2, Kuhta 4, Kay 5. 3-point goals—Blackmon, Bri. Pahukoa, Bro. Pahukoa 2, Tampien, Lupfer 2, Lee, Bates 2, Kuhta. Records—Lake Stevens 6-4 overall. Lewis &Clark 4-3.

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