The Stanwood High School girls basketball team poses with their fourth-place trophy after beating Lincoln (Tacoma), 52-45, in the Class 3A Hardwood Classic on Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. (Photo courtesy of Stanwood High School)

The Stanwood High School girls basketball team poses with their fourth-place trophy after beating Lincoln (Tacoma), 52-45, in the Class 3A Hardwood Classic on Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. (Photo courtesy of Stanwood High School)

Stanwood girls top Lincoln, earn program-best 4th-place trophy

Vivienne Berrett scores a game-high 24 points and the Spartans pull away in the fourth quarter for the win.

TACOMA — Vivienne Berrett scored a game-high 24 points and the sixth-seeded Stanwood High School girls pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 52-45 victory over fifth-seeded Lincoln (Tacoma) in the fourth/sixth-place game of the Class 3A Hardwood Classic on Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.

The fourth-place finish is the best in program history for the Spartans (22-6).

Berrett, a senior, shot 11-of-19 from the field and added four rebounds and three blocks. Freshman Ellalee Wortham had 15 points and four rebounds, senior Grace Walker added six points and seven boards and sophomore Ava Depew chipped in seven assists.

Freshman Oliviyah Edwards led the Abes (21-6) with 18 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks. Malani Warren scored 11 points and Jaleigha Robinson added six points and seven rebounds.

Stanwood outscored Lincoln 13-6 in the final period after entering the fourth tied at 39. The Spartans shot 54.2% from the field (13-of-24) in the second half and held the Abes to just 33.9% from the field (19-of-56) for the game.

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