Prep girls basketball: Grace Academy 44, Highland Chrisitan 16

MARYSVILLE — Kristi Thompson scored 10 points to pace Grace Academy to a victory over Highland Christian in a Northwest 1B game.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Highland Christian2437—16

Grace Academy168128—44

Highland Christian—Chloe Brown 9, Katie Costley 0, Brooke Hernandez 5, Emma Sytsma 2, Megan Schreiner 0, Selena Song, 0 Alicia Armstrong 0. Grace Academy—Emily VanDam 4, Kayla Emme 6, Julianna Bethune 4, Kristi Thompson 10, Alex Bethune 2, Piper Wright 0, Danica Kline 0, Naomi Tuttle 8, Mary Beth Young 0, Rachel Mulvanny 0, Jasmin Robinson 2, Hailey Bryson 4, Marion Emme 4. 3-point goals—none. Records—Highland Christian 0-6 league, 1-8 overall. Grace Academy 5-3, 7-7.

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