Prep girls basketball: Lynnwood 68, Cascade 33

EVERETT — Mikayla Pivec scored a game-high 16 points and Kelsey Rogers added 15 for Lynwwood in the Wesco 4A South win. Chellyn Perea led Cascade with 10 points, including two 3-pointers.

At Cascade H.S.

Lynnwood1922225—68

Cascade12588—33

Lynnwood—Jasmin Edwards 8, Monty Cooper 11, Grace Douglas 3, Mikayla Pivec 16, Kelsey Rogers 15, Chelsea Tuiasosopo-Campbell 2, Hannah Valavala 2, Jordyn Edwards 7, Amina Donahoe 0, Danielle Hayes 4. Cascade—Natalie Watson 5, Hien Nguyen 0, Chellyn Perea 10, Taryn Salter 4, Emily Mallos 3, Brianna Punkiewicz 0, Kennedi Smith 5, Morgan Joyce 6, Larissa Matthews 0. 3-point goals—Cooper 1, Douglas 1, Edwards 1, Hayes 1, Watson 1, Perea 2, Mallos 1, Smith 1, Joyce 1. Records—Lynnwood 14-0 league, 18-1 overall. Cascade 2-12, 2-17.

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