Prep girls basketball: Stanwood 69, Everett 43

EVERETT — Samantha Powell made five 3s to go along with her 16 points as Stanwood defeated Everett in a matchup of the top two teams in the Wesco 3A North. Kiki Harper scored 21 points to lead the Seagulls in the loss.

At Everett H.S.

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Everett791215—43

Stanwood—Sierra Palmer 6, Lauren Allison 2, Julia Heichel 10, Samantha Powell 16, Haley Strowbridge 5, Jillian Jacobs 12, Janea Taylor 6, Rachel Swartz 10, Tristan Murphy 4. Everett—Kiki Harper 21, Bailey McMullen 3, Sydney Taggart 5, Darian Rielly 2, Madison Rutledge 0, Caroline Overstreet 1, Julie Ramirez 0, Katy Hedington 11. 3-point goals—Heichel 2, Powell 5, Strowbridge 1, Jacobs 2, McMullen 1. Records—Stanwood 12-0 league, 17-2 overall. Everett 5-7, 9-10.

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