Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 74, Lummi 30

MOUNT VERNON — Jacqueline Case scored 28 points to help the Hurricanes beat Lummi in an opening round game at the 1B District Tournament. Mount Vernon Christian will face Grace Academy in the semifinals on Wednesday.

At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.

Lummi8769—30

Mount Vernon Christian27221312—74

Lummi—Treena Humphreys 0, Samantha Wilson 9, Thelma Wall 0, Lena Buck 0, Halle Sturgeon 0, Seaneen Roberts 4, B. James 0, D. James 17, T. James 0. Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 8, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 0, Amanda Lervick 2, Molli Kaptein 4, Jacqueline Case 28, Melyssa Whitener 1, Grace Kuipers 15, Carla Van Rooyen 2, Lindsay Noste 2, Kennedy Lucas 8, Ottey Weidenbach 2, Jenna Withers 2. 3-point goals—D. James 5, Case 4, Kuipers. Records—Lummi 1-14 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 14-7.

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