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Cedarcrest girls beat South Whidbey, 76-27

Cedarcrest High School’s girls basketball continues its string of wins, beating South Whidbey on Tuesday, Jan. 15, by a final score of 76-27.

Susan Kenney led with 22 points—one three pointer, paced by Kalee Fowler, who also sank a three, with 20.

Kailyn Campbell added 18, Lacey Deming had 10, Kathryn Smith had three points, Sarah Stauffer had two and Courtney McKinney, one point.

Kenney had seven assists.

The Red Wolves’ win next, on Friday, Jan. 18, 66-30 over Sultan on the road, earned them a trip to the Northwest District 2A tournament.

The girls are 14-2 overall, 9-1 in league.

They host Archbishop Murphy on Tuesday, 7 p.m. and visit Granite Falls on Friday.

 

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