Prep girls basketball: Shorewood 68, Mariner 31

EVERETT — Masha Shtikel scored 25 points to lead Shorewood to a victory over Mariner in a nonleague game. Erna Dzeko and Naomi Eastland had eight points apiece to lead the Marauders in the loss.

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Shorewood—Masha Shtikel 25, Trisha Fernandez 3, Lauren Thompson 4, Gabby Hager 3, Salyna McDonald 8, Lily Gustafson 10, Abby Gustafson 0, Karrin Leazer 2, Kassie Rasmussen 13. Mariner—Diana Dinh 0, Brittany Lea 6, Kylie Aio 0, Bianca Bayas 2, Erna Dzeko 8, Naomi Eastland 8, Arnela Grebvic 3, Raelene Nicolas 4, Lyndsi Kelly 0. 3-point goals—Dzeko 1, Shtikel 3, Fernandez 1. Records—Shorewood 1-1 overall. Mariner 0-2.

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