Prep girls basketball: Marysville Getchell 57, Oak Harbor 42

MARYSVILLE — Gabby Grandbois scored 17 points and Jada Romulus added 16 as Marysville Getchell defeated Oak Harbor for its first-ever league win Wednesday night.

It was the first Wesco 3A North win for the Chargers (1-3 league, 3-7 overall), who are in their third season. All seven players who got on the floor for Marysville Getchell scored.

Joanna Leete led Oak Harbor (0-4, 0-10) with 13 points.

At Marysville Getchell

Oak Harbor141684—42

Marysville Getchell1321149—57

Oak Harbor—Jamie Estrella 0, Julie Jansen 8, Natalie Fiallos 0, Liz Lym, Jinai Guzman 11, Deja Bunch 1, Kenna Prosch 4, Joanna Leete 13, Hayley Lundstrom 5. Marysville Getchell—Gabby Grandbois 17, Justice Vela 5, Carley Wika 4, Savannah Duce 6, Jada Romulus 16, Marina Wika 7, Taylor Cannal 2. 3-point goals—Guzman 3, Leete 2, Vela 1, Romulus 2, M. Wika 1. Records—Oak Harbor 0-4 league, 0-10 overall. Marysville Getchell 1-3, 3-7.

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