Prep girls basketball: Mt. Vernon Chr. 56, CPC-MLT 32

MOUNT VERNON — Grace Kuipers scored 15 points to help Mount Vernon Christian beat Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace in a 1B Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament first-round game. Sarah Dresler had 12 points for the Lions, who will play Evergreen Lutheran in a loser-out game on Thursday.

At Mount Vernon Christian


Mt. Vernon Chr.21141011—56

CPC-MLT—Maddie Hill 5, Leanna Mapel 6, Sarah Dresler 12, Carolina Jimenez 3, Brianna Joki 3, Salome Yosef 3. Mount Vernon Christian—Natalie Sakuma 5, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 3, Amanda Lervick 3, Hannah Camacho 2, Jacqueline Case 9, Melyssa Whitener 3, Grace Kuipers 15, Carla van Rooyen 8, Lindsey Noste 4, Kennedy Lucas 4. 3-point goals—Hill, Dresler 4, Anderson, Lervick, Case, Whitener, Kuipers 3. Records—CPC-MLT 12-12 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 21-3.

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