Prep girls basketball: Shoreline Christian 55, Mount Rainier Lutheran 38

TACOMA — Sarah Ott had 32 points, seven rebounds and 10 steals to lift Shoreline Christian past Mount Rainier Lutheran in a 1B Tri-District game and clinch a regionals berth. Bella Hermesch added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Crusaders, who will play Mount Vernon Christian in a semifinal contest on Thursday.

At Mount Rainier Lutheran H.S.

Shoreline Christian1761814—55

Mount Rainier Lutheran109415—38

Shoreline Christian—Jessica Hoogerhyde 3, Kari Holly 10, Sarah Ott 32, Bella Hermesch 10. Mount Rainier Lutheran—Taylor Hoffman 6, Haley Rue 12, Elizabeth Perry 5, Rachel Siltman 2, Jessica Varuil 4, Kayla Freitag 9. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Shoreline Christian 15-8 overall. Mount Rainier Lutheran 21-2.

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