Prep basketball: Monroe 69, Redmond 28

MONROE — Monroe handed Redmond its first loss of the season in a non-league game Monday.

““We’re very experienced,” Monroe head coach Matt Chalfant said. “We have 10 varsity players returning from last year.”

Monroe player Amber Van Braun scored 20 points in the victory.

“She’s a two-year starter,” Chalfant said. “She typically has a lot of rebounds and points inside.”

At Monroe H.S.



Redmond—Sierra Craig 2, Megan Egberg 2, Sawyer Forseth 2, Katie Hartman 5, Kennedy Kieneka 1, Kale Henderson 2, Maddie Egberg 0, Morgan Grindell 7, Ivy Crane 0, Andrea Dang 0, Teagan Ohrt 3, Amelia Muscott 0, Cameron Kieneka 2. Monroe—Kylie Ferreira 12, Corrina Roppo 2, Jadynn Alexander 14, Emily Donnelly 3, Katie Piland 1, Katherine Ragusa 1, Hannah Drivstuen 6, Alex Alexander 10, Amber Van Brunt 20, Loryn Moore 0. 3-point goals—Ferrerra 3, Drist 1. Records—Redmond 0-1 overall. Monroe 1-0.

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