Prep girls basketball: Sultan 49, Lakewood 41

MARYSVILLE — Marissa Blair had 23 points with eight rebounds and three 3-pointers for Lakewood in a Cascade Conference loss. Jessica Hopkins led victorious Sultan with 14 points.

At Lakewood H.S.

Sultan1911118—49

Lakewood4101413—41

Sultan—Cyd Batts 4, Randi Tuggle 6, Chrishelle Sentman 0, Jessica Hopkins 14, Annie Nuyen 0, Courtney Morris 7, Payton McGuire 0, Belle Ellis 6, Raeghan Belcher, Shelby Jeffries 10. Lakewood—Hailey Senyitko 6, Morgan Shimkus 0, Reille Jones 7, Marissa Blair 23, Hayley Malakoski 1, Cassidy Dvorak 1, Rachel Reninecke 0, Mikayla Holmes 0, Eliza Wild 0. 3-point goals—Hopkins 1, Senyitko 2, Blair 3. Records—Sultan 3-3 league, 3-8 overall. Lakewood 1-5, 4-7.

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