Everett’s Amina Hussein looks for her shot as Cascade’s Malia Jones defends during the girls’ varsity game at Bru-Gull Fest on Friday at Everett Community College. Hussein and the Seagulls won 50-23. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Everett’s Amina Hussein looks for her shot as Cascade’s Malia Jones defends during the girls’ varsity game at Bru-Gull Fest on Friday at Everett Community College. Hussein and the Seagulls won 50-23. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Everett girls roll past Cascade 50-23

Kate Pohland scored 22 of the Seagulls’ points in Everett’s victory at Bru-Gull Fest.

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