Prep girls basketball: Northwest Yeshiva 49, Shoreline Christian 25

MERCER ISLAND — Abby DeKoekkoek scored seven points and Bekah Meredith and Sarah Ott added six points a piece as Shoreline Christian fell to Northwest Yeshiva in a nonleague game.

At Northwest Yeshiva H.S.

Shoreline Christian4696—25

Northwest Yeshiva121656—49

Shoreline Christian—Abby DeKoekkoek 7, Bekah Meredith 6, Sarah Ott 6, Natalie McPherson 2, Sydney Alberda 4. Northwest Yeshiva—Elana Hasson 17, Shlomite Merashe 6, Esther Goldberg 12, Elyse Behar 8, Lowrel Aaronson 6. 3-point goals—Hasson 2. Records—Shoreline Christian 6-5 overall. Northwest Yeshiva not reported.

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