Prep girls basketball: Post Falls (Idaho) 62, Shorewood 55

EVERETT — Post Falls erased Shorewood’s eight-point halftime lead with an 18-9 third quarter and the Trojans went on to win the Archbishop Murphy Holiday Tournament final. Lily Gustafson and Taryn Shelley each scored 12 points for the Thunderbirds.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Shorewood1719910—55

Post Falls16121816—62

Shorewood—Kayla Bradley 8, Salyna McDonald 1, Mika Morgan 0, Abby Gustafson 4, Lily Gustafson 12, Danica Bernabe 7, Karrin Leazer 11, Taryn Shelley 12. Post Falls—Allert 12, Ellison 9, King 6, Smith 0, Anderson 0, Bodman 12, Runkle 10, Reynolds 10, A. Ellison 1. 3-point goals—Bradley 2, A. Gustafson, Bernabe, Allert 2, King 2, Runkle, Reynolds 2. Records—Shorewood 4-4 overall. Post Falls 8-6.

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