Prep girls basketball: Tulalip Heritage 50, Shoreline Chr. 34

MOUNT VERNON — Adiya Jones scored 40 points to help Tulalip Heritage clinch a regionals berth and eliminate Shoreline Christian from the 1B tri-district tournament. Sarah Ott scored 15 points for the Crusaders. The Hawks will play Muckleshoot Tribal School in a 3rd/4th place game today.

At Mount Vernon Christian

Shoreline Christian101275—34

Tulalip Heritage1611176—50

Shoreline Christian—Abby DeKoekkoek 3, Bekah Meredith 4, Sarah Ott 15, Natalie McPherson 2, Anna Rietkirk 0, Sydney Alberda 0, Abby P. Dekoekkoek 10. Tulalip Heritage—Katia Brown 3, Adiya Jones 40, Shania Moses 2, Desirae Williams 0, Aliya Jones 0, Kaela Tyler 5, Santana Shopbell 0. 3-point goals—Ott, A. Jones, Tyler. Records—Shoreline Christian 10-15 overall. Tulalip Heritage 20-4.

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