Prep girls basketball: Lakewood 66, Granite Falls 25

GRANITE FALLS — Hailey Senyikio made four 3-points and finished with a game-high 19 points to help Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win. Kimberly Martinez led Granite Falls with 11 points.

At Granite Falls H.S.

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Lakewood—Taylor Storms 10, Hailey Senyitko 19, Natalie Neer 5, Hayley Malakowski 2, Marissa Blair 10, Brooklyn Hammond 2, Cassidy Dvorak 10, Gillian Romeis 2, Reille Jones 4. Granite Falls—Mckenzie Meyer 0, Kimberly Martinez 11, Hailey Teter 2, Sadie Woolman-Morgan 0, Justine Bashour 0, Jessaca LaBoda 4, Annie Hart 0, Caitlinn Santiesteban 2, Makenzie McLaughlin 1, Hayley Hansen 5, Gabriella Chavez 0, Jerrica Chavez 0. 3-point goals—Senyitko 4, Storms, Neer, Martinez 3. Records—Lakewood 7-4 league, 7-10 overall. Granite Falls 0-11, 1-16.

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