Prep girls basketball: Snohomish 47, Mount Vernon 34

SNOHOMISH — Morgan Green scored 14 points and Madeline Smith had 12 to help the Panthers to a Wesco 4A North win. The game featured a halftime ceremony honoring former Panthers coach Keith S. Gilbertson Sr., who passed away last year after coaching 61 years at Snohomish. Those attending the tribute included family, friends and alumni, including former University of Washington football coach Jim Lambright and current Seattle Seahawks coach Tom Cable.

At Snohomish H.S.

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Mount Vernon—Jenna Moores 2, Alisyn Schmidt 5, Shanice Brown 0, Taylor Carpenter 2, Katie Keck 0, Allison Marken 10, Michaela Roozen 4, Alyssa Evans 11. Snohomish—Morgan Green 14, Ellie Otteson 6, Hannah Berntson 0, Shaylee Harwood 0, Kayla Lachapelle 5, Madeline Smith 12, Paige Helms 8, Bailey Armbruster 0, Mariah Mock 0, Ellie Flitsch 0, Tara Harms 2. 3-point goals—Schmidt, Evans, Otteson 2. Records—Mount Vernon 1-10 league, 2-14 overall. Snohomish 7-4, 12-5.

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