Prep girls basketball: Evergreen Lutheran 48, Grace Academy 47

DES MOINES — Kayla Emme and Naomi Tuttle each scored 16 points, but the Eagles couldn’t quite complete a fourth-quarter comeback in a loss to Evergreen Lutheran at the 1B Tri-District Tournament. Grace Academy finished the season with a 12-11 record, while Evergreen Lutheran advances to play Tulalip Heritage on Feb. 12.

At Evergreen Lutheran H.S.

Grace Academy1571213—47

Evergreen Lutheran816159—48

Grace Academy—Emily VanDam 0, Kayla Emme 16, Julianna Bethune 0, Kristi Thompson 8, Alex Bethune 2, Danica Kline 0, Naomi Tuttle 16, Mary Beth Young 0, Rachel Mulvanny 0, Jasmin Robinson 5. Evergreen Lutheran—Helen Chung 3, Mallory Finn 5, Emily Holder 15, Karissa Kjenstad 14, Sarah Lee 2, Kari Severeid 0, Morgan Smith 4, Kelly Yoon 5. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Grace Academy 12-11 overall. Evergreen Lutheran 8-9.

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