Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 38, Coupeville 36

COUPEVILLE — Coupeville’s Amanda Fabrizi narrowly missed a shot as time expired as Mount Vernon Christian defeated the Wolves in a nonleague game. Makana Stone scored a game-high 16 points and added 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocks for Coupeville in the loss.

At Coupeville H.S.

Mount Vernon Christian551414—38

Coupeville48139—36

Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 2, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 2, Hannah Camacho 0, Jacqueline Case 5, Melyssa Whitener 8, Grace Kuipers 5, Carla van Rooyen 9, Lindsey Noste 3, Kennedy Lucas 4. Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 9, Hailey Hammer 5, Kacie Kiel 0, Julia Myers 1, Madeline Strasburg 3, Wynter Thorne 2, Makana Stone 16, Carlie Rosenkrance 0, Monica Vidoni 0. 3-point goals—Case, Whitener. Records—Mount Vernon Christian 11-1 overall. Coupeville 5-5.

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