Prep girls basketball: Wenatchee 55, Lake Stevens 37

WENATCHEE — Lake Stevens’ Kali Long scored 15 points, but the Vikings fell to Wenatchee in a nonleague contest.

At Wenatchee H.S.

Lake Stevens148104—37


Lake Stevens—Emma Smith 1, Cassidy Fifield 5, Kristen Glick 0, Kacie Reichert 2, Anna Dominick 0, Ivy Jacobsen 3, Marissa Walton 2, Anna Lundquist 0, Emily Vandegrift 8, Kali Long 15, Hailey Wilson 1. Wenatchee—Kansky 12, Raider 4, Hallberg 2, Faulkner 2, Waterman 5, Brown 2, Chandler 9, Jones 2, Sealby 15, Ahlgren 4. 3-point goals—Fifield, Jacobsen, Waterman, Sealby. Records—Lake Stevens 2-4 overall. Wenatchee 3-5.

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