Prep girls basketball: Tulalip Heritage 53, Grace Academy 38

MARYSVILLE — Tulalip Heritage outscored Grace Academy 15-2 in the second quarter to take a 27-8 halftime lead and the Hawks never looked back to earn the Northwest 1B league win. Katia Brown scored 17 points to lead Tulalip Heritage. Julianna Bethune had a game-high 21 points for the Eagles.

At Grace Academy

Tulalip Heritage12151610—53

Grace Academy621020—38

Tulalip Heritage—Katia Brown 17, Myrna Redleaf 0, Adiya Jones 13, Paris Verda 0, Desirae Williams 2, Aliya Jones 10, Deztiny White 0, Kaela Tyler 11, Santana Shopbell 0, Jaylin Rivera 0, Shaelynn Sanchey 0. Grace Academy—Piper Wright 0, Marion Emme 2, Julianna Bethune 21, Hailey Bryson 2, Danica Kline 0, Naomi Tuttle 2, Kayla Lee 0, Jasmin Robinson 11, Abby Sanders 0. 3-point goals—Brown 3, Tyler, Bethune 2. Records—Tulalip Heritage 2-0 league, 5-1 overall. Grace Academy 2-1, 2-5.

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