Prep girls basketball: Shorecrest 50, Shorewood 47

SHORELINE — Keyonna Jones scored 17 points to go along with her five 3-pointers as Shorecrest defeated Shorewood in a Wesco 3A South game. Lily Gustafson recorded a double-double, finishing with 13 points, 11 rebounds while adding four steals for the Thunderbirds in the loss.

At Shorewood H.S.

Shorecrest14131013—50

Shorewood1091315—47

Shorecrest—Lindsey Shattuck 0, Wurrie Njadoe 16, Arianna Rantz 0, Jazlyn Owens 0, Keyonna Jones 17, Onyie Chibuogwu 10, Savannah Tidwell 0, Jalyn Hizey 3, Uju Chibuogwu 4. Shorewood—Kayla Bradley 3, Salyna McDonald 0, Mika Morgan 1, Abby Gustafson 0, Jasmine Pollard 3, Lily Gustafson 13, Danica Bernabe 8, Karrin Leazer 11, Taryn Shelley 8. 3-point goals—Jones 5, Hizey, Bradley, Bernabe. Records—Shorecrest 8-1 league, 13-3 overall. Shorewood 5-4, 11-5.

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