Prep girls basketball: Lynden 50, Sultan 26

SULTAN — Lynden dealt Sultan its second consecutive loss in the 2A District 1/2 Girls Basketball Tournament, ending the Turks’ season.

At Sultan H.S.

Lynden1119119—50

Sultan4976—26

Lynden—Mandy Warner 2, Taylor VanDalen 0, Maddi Hommes 1, Ashlyn Morgan 2, Kelsey Bouwman 18, Tanna Benson 3, Kaitlyn Mark 9, Stephanie Somers 15, Maddie Kramme 0, Olivia Bonsen 0, Emily Holt 0. Sultan—Cyd Batts 5, Randi Tuggle 5, Chrishelle Sentman 2, Jessica Hopkins 4, Annie Nuyen 4, Courtney Morris 4, Anna Biddle 0, Payton McGuire 0, Belle Ellis 0, Raeghan Belcher 0, Khayla MacKenzie 0. 3-point goals—Bouwman 2, Benson 1, Somers 2, Batts 1, Tuggle 1. Records—Lynden 12-9 overall. Sultan 7-15.

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