Prep girls basketball: Neah Bay 80, Tulalip Heritage 34

PORT ANGELES — Adiya Jones scored 10 points, but Tulalip Heritage lost to Neah Bay in a first-round game of the 1B Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament. Jessica Greene, an eighth grader, scored 17 points and had 10 steals to lead Neah Bay.

At Port Angeles H.S.

Tulalip Heritage131065—34

Neah Bay1782431—80

Tulalip Heritage—Katia Brown 9, Adiya Jones 10, Shania Moses 2, Desirae Williams 2, Aliya Jones 6, Kaela Tyler 5. Neah Bay—Haily Greene 9, Holly Greene 4, Jessica Greene 17, Gina McCaulley 1, Faye Chartraw 15, Cierra Moss 30, Blaire Hill 2. 3-point goals—Not reported. Records—Tulalip Heritage 17-4 overall. Neah Bay 15-1.

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