Prep girls basketball: Monroe 45, Lake Stevens 29

MONROE — Jordyn Turner scored 11 points and Kylee Ferreira added 10 as Monroe defeated Lake Stevens in a Wesco 4A North game. Marissa Walton had a game-high 15 points for the Vikings in the loss.

At Monroe H.S.

Lake Stevens7589—29

Monroe914148—45

Lake Stevens—Emma Smith 1, Cassidy Fifield 5, Kristen Glick 0, Kacie Reichert 2, Anna Dominick 0, Ivy Jacobsen 0, Marissa Walton 15, Emily Vandegrift 2, Kali Long 4. Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 10, Corrina Roppo 2, Jordyn Turner 11, Jordan Noto 0, Emily Donnelly 2, Katie Piland 0, Makenna Connors 0, Hannah Drivstuen 0, Alex Alexander 0, Deidra Miller 8, Chelsea Santjer 0, Jayden Alexander 9, Amber Van Brunt 3, Loryn Moore 0. 3-point goals—Fifield, Walton, Ferrera, Turner, J. Alexander. Records—Lake Stevens 1-3 league, 4-6 overall. Monroe 2-1, 5-4.

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