Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 50, Grace Academy 11

MARYSVILLE — Natalie Sakuma had nine steals to go along with her six points and six assists as Mount Vernon Christian defeated Grace Academy in a nonleague game.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Mount Vernon Christian212423—50

Grace Academy4313—11

Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 6, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 2, Amanda Lervick 4, Madeline Crain 0, Nikki Taylor 3, Lexi Blom 0, Hannah Camacho 2, Jacqueline Case 7, Melyssa Whitener 8, Grace Kuipers 2, Carla van Rooyen 2, Lindsey Noste 10, Kennedy Lucas 4, Juliana Leclair 0. Grace Academy—Piper Wright 1, Marion Emme 0, Hailey Bryson 0, Danica Kline 0, Naomi Tuttle 5, Kayla Lee 0, Jasmin Robinson 5, Heather Metcalf 0, Abby Sanders 0. 3-point goals—Taylor. Records—Mount Vernon Christian 6-1 overall. Grace Academy 2-4.

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