Prep girls basketball: Shorewood Christian 67, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 43

SEATAC — Shorewood Christian’s Taylor Livermore scored 15 points as the Lions won the nonleague game. Hailey Carlson led Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) with 15 points.

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Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace)1110148—43

Shorewood Christian18171814—67

Cedar Park Christian—Hailey Carlson 15, Leanna Mapel 7, Connie Korenovsky 0, Sarah Dresler 7, Carolina Jimenez 8, Brianna Joki 6, Salome Yosef 0, Yasmine Judah 0. Shorewood Christian—Nicole Jones 11, Staly Domingo 0, Taylor Livermore 15, Kindra Smith 7, Caroline Chambers 1, Natalie Jones 13, Darby Turner 11, Kayla Gonzales 9, Rily Scocco 0. 3-point goals—Jimenez 2, Nat. Jones 3, Livermore 1, Nic. Jones 3. Records—Cedar Park Christian 0-1 overall. Shorewood Christian 1-0.

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