Monroe girls top Redmond

Herald staff

REDMOND – The Monroe Bearcats defeated Redmond 57-46 in a girls non-conference basketball game Monday night.

Fauziya Muhammad scored 14 points and had six steals and six assists while Erin Keck scored 12 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Bearcats.

It was not easy victory as the Bearcats were looking at a 44-36 deficit after three quarters of play.

Monroe had to use a full-court press to outscore Redmond 21-2 in the fourth quarter to capture its third victory of the season and improve its record to 3-2.

“I am excited that we finally came together on defense,” said Monroe coach Alan Dickson.

Kim Campbell scored 19 points for Redmond (1-1).


Monroe-Muhammad 14, Keck 12, Curtis 9, Che Oh 8, Johnson 7, Zimmerman 4, Cia Oh 2, Kolrud 1. Redmond-Campbell 19, Henderson 10, DeYoung 6, Scott 4, Klingerman 4, Gordon 2, Edwards 1. 3-point goals-Campbell 1. JV score-Monroe 44, Redmond 40. Records-Monroe 3-2 overall. Redmond 1-1.

  • Mariner 57, Everett 54: Tawany Moore scored 17 points to lead Mariner to the non-conference victory.


    Everett

    12

    14

    13

    15

    54

    Mariner

    11

    15

    20

    11

    57


    Everett-Bjella 14, Loesche 13, Webber 11 Olson 9, Raab 5, Huth 2. Mariner-Moore 17, Keer 14, Desimone 12, Huffman 6, Fowler 5, Richardson 3. 3-point goals-Bjella 2, Olson 1, Fowler 1, Richardson 1. JV score-Mariner 44, Everett 40. Records-Everett 0-0 in league,1-4 overall. Mariner 0-1, 2-3.

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