Prep girls basketball: Lakewood 49, Granite Falls 11

ARLINGTON — Marissa Blair led the way with 19 points, 11 rebounds and five steals as Lakewood defeated Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference game.

At Lakewood H.S.

Granite Falls 4 0 7 0 — 11

Lakewood 18 15 10 6 — 49

Granite Falls—Kimberly Martinez 3, Emily Rice 0, Sadie Woolman-Morgan 0, Justine Bashour 0, Annie Hart 2, Makenzie McLaughlin 0, Courtney Lewis 0, Hayley Hansen 4, Gabriella Chavez 0, Caitlinn Santiesteban 2. Lakewood—Taylor Storms 3, Hailey Senyitko, Natalie Neer 6, Hayley Malakowski 4, Marissa Blair 19, Ellen Catalini, Brooklyn Hammond 2, Evon Ellington 3, Cassidy Dvorak 2, Reille Jones 10. 3-point goals—Martinez, Storms, Blair 3. Records—Granite Falls 0-3 league, 0-4 overall. Lakewood 1-2, 1-4.

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