Prep Briefs

  • Thursday, February 28, 2008 9:24am

N.S. Christian goes 1-2 at 1B girls tourney

North Sound Christian won one of three games at the Class 1A state girls basketball tournament.

After losing a first-round game, the Lions rebounded to defeat Mary M. Night 48-42 in a consolation game Feb. 21 at the SunDome in Yakima.

Melissa Castor scored a game-high 23 points and Elyse Bunger added 12.

Lummi eliminated North Sound Christian 37-28 in a Feb. 22 loser-out contest. Castor was the only Lion in double figures with 12 points. North Sound Christian finished the season 16-10 overall.

In a first round game, Taylor Montgomery scored 18 points and fourth-ranked Entiat rolled past North Sound Christian 55-39 on Feb. 20.

Entiat raced out to a 24-9 lead after the first quarter and was never seriously challenged.

Deanna Bahena scored 13 points and Shawnee Ledbetter added 12 for the Tigers, who shot 41 percent. The Lions shot just 28 percent.

Castor led North Sound Christian with 15 points, and teammate Elyse Bunger pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds.

Shorecrest ousts Lynnwood girls

Six different players scored for Shorecrest in the first period as the Scots got out to a 22-7 lead and never looked back in their 3A District 1 consolation-round victory on Feb. 23 at Arlington High School. Jocelyn Riordan scored 17 of her game-high 22 points in the second and third quarters to help the Scots maintain their advantage. Riordan shot 9-for-18 from the field.

Lynnwood was 16-for-52 from the field. Abrianna Hill led the Royals with 12 points. Lynnwood finished 4-19 overall.

E-W captures state boys bowling title

The Edmonds-Woodway boys bowling team took first place in the Division II at the state bowling championships Feb. 23-24 in Tacoma.

Bowlers included senior Billy Debaste, junior Phil Bernard, junior Pat Brady, junior Garrett Landry, sophomore Davis Halle, sophomore Jordan Heitman and sophomore Andrew Teertocha. The coach was Carolyn Nacke, assisted by Dale Landry.

The boys high school championships was hosted by the Washington State Bowling Proprietors Association.

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