CHS girls named to all-conference honors; Knowles chosen Coach of the Year

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Cedarcrest’s girls basketball team has several members chosen for the Cascade Conference All-League honors.

Juniors Elaine Townley and Haley Hill were named to the second team, and Mieke Van Ess received an honorable mention.

Team coach Brad Knowles was named Coach of the Year.

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