Thursday’s prep girls basketball results

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Glacier Peak 69, Monroe 37

Monroe 12 9 7 9 —37

Glacier Peak 9 26 16 18 —69

Monroe—Jadynn Alexander 10, Monique Fierke 10, Brynna Schmidt 5, Morgan Allen 5, Elise Allen 4, Elizabeth Sundet 3, Paige Stringer 0, Taylor Rowe 0, Amber Westmoreland 0, Jada Vignos 0, Camille Chism 0, Emily Toycen 0. Glacier Peak—Kayla Watkins 19, Paisley Johnson 19, Samantha Fatkin 11, Abbie Juozapaitis 5, Georgia Sayed 5, Kelsey Thomas 4, Nicole Jensen 3, Mackenzie Willms 3, Maya McFadden 0, Makayla Guerra 0, Haley Grambo 0, Sydney Guffey 0.

Stanwood 76, Meadowdale 33

Meadowdale 18 9 6 0 —33

Stanwood 16 25 17 18 —76

Meadowdale—Lilly Williams 17, Adriana Valadez 6, Selina Tekle 4, Kaeli McKinley 3, Catherine Do 3, Alicia Morrison 0, Taylor Kesselring 0, Grace Wilson 0, Cassidy Gamble 0, Jaislyn Hart 0, Camryn Cassidy 0. Stanwood—Ashley Alter 20, Kaitlin Larson 20, Madison Chisman 9, Ashley Bierer 7, Madison Plautz 7, Kayla Frazier 4, Jillian Heichel 4, Koa Beck 2, Anna DePew 2, Espy Sanchez 1, Brooke Strowbridge 0.

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