Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 60, Highland Christian 28

ARLINGTON — Grace Kuipers scored 14 points to lead Mount Vernon Christian to a nonleague victory over Highland Christian.

At Highland Christian H.S.

Mount Vernon Christian1929120—60

Highland Christian92611—28

Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 10, Kimmy Anderson 5, Amanda Lervick 4, Jacqueline Case 11, Melyssa Whitener 2, Grace Kuipers 14, Lindsay Knost 4, Kennedy Lucas 2, Ottey Weidenbach 8, Molli Kaptein 0, Nicki Taylor 0, Hannah Camacho 0, Madison Smith 0. Highland Christian—C. Brown 13, B. Hernandez 5, M. Schriener 8, K. Costley 2, E. Sytsma 0, V. Luo 0. 3-point goals—Case 1, Kuipers 1, Hernandez 1. Records—Mount Vernon Christian 1-0 overall. Highland Christian 0-1.

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