Prep girls basketball: Monroe 62, Hazen 10

KIRKLAND — Kylie Smith scored 15 points and Deidra Miller had 14 as the Bearcats beat Hazen at the 2012 Rebel Challenge. Monroe will play Ballard Saturday at 4 p.m.

At Juanita H.S.

Hazen2242—10

Monroe2021156—62

Hazen—Cameron Deveneaux 0, Katie Dunne 2, Lauren Goss 2, Shannon Goss 0, Savlena Milinganyo 2, Sia Pallis 0, Sarah Sherrod 4, Javonya Stewart 0, Ariana Williams 0, Kitty Ling 0. Monroe—Kylee Ferreira 3, Tiffany Ohlsen 9, Jordyn Turner 5, Ashley Alexander 4, Payton Wangner, Kylie Smith 15, Breezy Shore 0, Chelsea Santjer 0, Alex Alexander 1, Deidra Miller 14, Hannah Drivstuen 5, Amber Van Brunt 4, Loryn Moore 2. 3-point goals—Ferreira, Ohlsen 2, Smith 2, Drivstuen. Records—Monroe 4-5 overall. Hazen 4-6.

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