Prep girls basketball: Sultan 33, South Whidbey 31

LANGLEY — Jessica Hopkins scored 10 points and Cyd Batts added seven points and seven rebounds, as Sultan clinched a district playoff berth by defeating South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference game. Annalies Schuster led the Falcons with 11 points in the loss.

At South Whidbey H.S.

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Sultan—Cyd Batts 7, Randi Tuggle 8, Chrishelle Sentman 0, Jessica Hopkins 10, Annie Nuyen 0, Courtney Morris 4, Payton McGuire 0, Belle Ellis 4. South Whidbey—Kristen Schuster 0, Meagan Longdon 0, Anne Madsen 2, Madi Boyd 10, Abby Hodson 0, Ellie Greene 8, Annalies Schuster 11, Morgan Davis 0. 3-point goals—Hopkins 1, Boyd 1. Records—Sultan 6-6 league, 6-12 overall. South Whidbey 5-7, 10-9.

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