Prep girls basketball: Penrith (Australia) 42, South Whidbey 40

LANGLEY — South Whidbey’s Hayley Newman scored 17 points, but the Falcons came up short in a nonconference game against Penrith, a traveling team from Australia.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Penrith (Australia)1251510—42

South Whidbey914413—40

Penrith—Christal Crothers 0, Jessica Vloom 3, Emily Ling 0, Dom O’Driscoll 0, Lara Camenzuli 0, Chloe Schneider 4, Sam Davis 5, Ebony Frost 3, Meg Creanor 11, Allison Hartley 1, Cody Davis 2, Kelli Sims 13. South Whidbey—Aly Chapman 0, Kristen Schuster 0, Meagan Longdon 0, Anne Madsen 7, Madi Boyd 2, Abby Hodson 0, Ellie Greene 8, Annalies Schuster 6, Hayley Newman 17. 3-point goals—S. Davis 1, Creanor 1. Records—Penrith not reported. South Whidbey 6-6 overall.

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