Prep girls basketball: Woodinville 52, Snohomish 31

SNOHOMISH — Woodinville’s Erin Hamilton had 12 points and Mackenzie Campbell added 11 as the Falcons jumped out to an early lead and defeated Snohomish 52-31 Thursday afternoon at the Panthers’ Snohomish Holiday Basketball Tournament.

A 15-2 second-quarter advantage gave Woodinville, 5-2 overall out of the Kingco league, a 35-10 lead at halftime. The Falcons’ aggressive defense — as well as Snohomish’s foul trouble — aided Woodinville in maintaining its lead.

Madeline Smith had a team-high nine points for Snohomish (2-4 overall). Callie and Shaylee Harwood scored six points apiece for the Panthers.

At Snohomish H.S.

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Snohomish—Ellie Otteson 0, Hannah Berntson 3, Shaylee Harwood 6, Callie Harwood 6, Madison Pollock 3, Madeline Smith 9, Bernadette Beeman 0, Bailey Armbruster 2, Mariah Mock 2, Tara Harms-Bush 0. Woodinville—Madison Ramirez 2, Emily Spencer 2, Erin Hamilton 12, Keenae Tiersma 1, Amanda Skalabrin 5, Seattle Farner 6, Tynan Gable 3, Sabin Keo 6, Mackenzie Campbell 11, Rachel Schenck 4. 3-point goals—Gable, Campbell 2. Records—Snohomish 2-4 overall. Woodinville 5-2.

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