Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 61, Darrington 59 (OT)

MOUNT VERNON — Jacqueline Case scored 19 points and Lindsay Noste scored six of the team’s eight points in overtime as Mount Vernon Christian defeated Darrington in overtime in a Northwest 1A/2B game. Baleigh Rumsey led the Loggers with 14 points in the loss.

At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.

Darrington141015146—59

Mount Vernon Christian91215178—61

Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 9, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 3, Amanda Lervick 2, Hannah Camacho 0, Jacqueline Case 19, Melyssa Whitener 10, Grace Kuipers 6, Lindsey Noste 8, Kennedy Lucas 4. Darrington—Railynn Ford 4, Casandra Cousins 0, Breanna Valencia 0, Riley Anderson 6, Devan Wilson 7, Baleigh Rumsey 14, Amy Miles 10, Monica Franke 10, Madison Schoneman 0, Jordyn Stafford 6. 3-point goals—Anderson, Case, Wilson, Rumsey 2. Records—Darrington 1-1 league, 5-3 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 1-0, 8-1.

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