Red Wolves girls fall to Archbishop Murphy, beat Interlake

On Friday, Dec. 16, the Red Wolves hosted Archbishop Murphy in a tough league match-up. By halftime, the score was tied, but Cedarcrest's girls suffered some cold shooting in the fourth quarter, and Archbishop Murphy made several free throws to give them the edge and a 64-46 win. Susan Kenney of Cedarcrest led all scorers with 22.

Two non-league matches completed the month for the Lady Red Wolves, who travelled to Squalicum High School in Bellingham Wednesday, Dec. 21. Using a trapping defense and playing solid offense, Cedarcrest won the game, 48-24.  The Lady Red Wolves were led in scoring by Sarah Stauffer who had 16 and Susan Kenney added 10.

On December 29, the Lady Red Wolves hosted Interlake in a second non-league game. It was a defensive battle for the most part, said Cedarcrest Coach Brad Knowles, but Cedarcrest used a fast tempo run in the second quarter to take the lead and they never looked back. The Lady Red Wolves won the game, 51-42, and had three players score in double-digits, Kailyn Campbell with 13, Susan Kenney, 11 and Kalee Fowler, 10.

The next home game for the girls is Monday, Jan. 9, when they host Granite Falls. Game time is 7 p.m.

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