Prep girls basketball: Post Falls, Idaho 57, Shorewood 39

EVERETT — Shorewood hung tough with Post Falls for three of the four quarters, but the Trojans 10-point advantage in the second period proved to be the difference in a game at the Archbishop Murphy Tournament. Masha Shtikel scored 15 points for the Thunderbirds, who wrap up their tournament on Saturday against Roosevelt at 4 p.m.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Shorewood131088—39

Post Falls, Idaho17201010—57

Shorewood—Masha Shtikel 15, Lauren Thompson 3, Kayla Bradley 0, Gabby Hager 1, Salyna McDonald 1, Lily Gustafson 8, Abby Gustafson 1, Angel Tulee 4, Karrin Leazer 0, Kassie Rasmussen 6. Post Falls—Shayna Allert 0, Whitney Gonzales 5, Katie King 5, Brenna Meehan 0, Lexi Smith 9, Brooke Litalien 9, Hallie Gennett 23, Dani Failor 6, Priscilla Terrin 0. 3-point goals—Shtikel 2, Thompson, King, Smith, Gennett 5. Records—Shorewood 7-3 overall. Post Falls not reported.

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