Mount Si girls basketball head coach Jason Marr talks with his team during their Jan. 10 game against Newport. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

Mount Si girls basketball head coach Jason Marr talks with his team during their Jan. 10 game against Newport. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

Mount Si girls drop tight, 2-point game against North Creek

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018 10:03am
  • Sports

Mount Si’s varsity girls basketball team finished a tough week of games with straight losses, despite coming so close to a victory over North Creek over the weekend.

On Wednesday, Jan. 10, the team took a 52-34 loss to Newport in Bellevue. Friday, they hosted Woodinville in a 66-35 loss. They battled back Saturday against North Creek, but were one bucket behind as time ran out. They lost 65-63, bringing their overall season record to 5-8.

The girls’ next home games are Friday, Jan. 19, vs. Bothell and Saturday, Jan. 20, against Newport.

, as well as Wednesday, Jan. 24, where they will face off against Eastlake.

Jenae Usselman and Joelle Buck defend against a Newport scoring attempt. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

Jenae Usselman and Joelle Buck defend against a Newport scoring attempt. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

Lauren Wilbourne cuts off the angle, and Newport’s passing options in the Jan. 10 game. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

Lauren Wilbourne cuts off the angle, and Newport’s passing options in the Jan. 10 game. (Photo courtesy of Charles Samuelson)

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