Prep girls basketball: Shorewood 77, Highline 15

DES MOINES — Shorewood jumped out to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back in a nonleague win over Highline. Taryn Shelley and Abby Gustafson each scored 14 points and Lily Gustafson added 10 points, 10 rebounds and four steals for the Thunderbirds.

At Highline H.S.

Shorewood21112520—77

Highline0762—15

Shorewood—Kayla Bradley 8, Salyna McDonald 7, Mika Morgan 8, Abby Gustafson 14, Ashley Nephew 0, Jasmine Pollard 2, Carrie Jensen 0, Lily Gustafson 10, Danica Bernabe 2, Karrin Leazer 10, Taryn Shelley 14, Ledia Musye 1. Highline—Olivia Beckham 7, Zoe Beyene 3, V. Clark 3, Juanita Palaki 2, Lena Bradford 0, Antonee Harrell 0, LeAnn Hatling 0, Bridgette Heiland 0, Jennifer Hovland 0. 3-point goals—Bradley 2, Morgan 2, A. Gustafson 2, Beyene, Clark. Records—Shorewood 7-4 overall. Highline not reported.

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