Prep girls basketball: Monroe 53, Kamiak 51 (OT)

MONROE — Monroe’s Emily Donnelly came off the bench to hit a game-tying 3-pointer with less than 30 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter and the Bearcats outlasted Kamiak in overtime to win the Wesco 4A contest. Freshman Jadynn Alexander led Monroe with 22 points and Kylie Ferreira made four free throws in overtime. Aliea Marrero scored 12 points for the Knights.

At Monroe H.S.

Kamiak7117206—51

Monroe71411138—53

Kamiak—Aliea Marrero 12, Alexie Morris 1, Tylor Adcock 7, Aubrey Patrick 2, Margaret Slack 9, Jamie Beirne 0, Emily Pillman 5, Nora Aboulhosn 4, Monique Canda 0, Katy Hamill 11. Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 9, Jordyn Turner 3, Emily Donnelly 3, Hannah Drivstuen 3, Alex Alexander 3, Deidra Miller 2, Chelsea Santjer 0, Jadynn Alexander 22, Amber Van Brunt 8, Loryn Moore 0. 3-point goals—Slack, Pillman, Ferreira 2, Turner, Donnelly, Dristuen, J. Alexander. Records—Kamiak 6-4 league, 8-7 overall. Monroe 5-4, 8-7.

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