Mount Si sophomore Lauren Glazier takes a shot during the Wildcats’ 55-44 victory over Monroe on Feb. 14. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si sophomore Lauren Glazier takes a shot during the Wildcats’ 55-44 victory over Monroe on Feb. 14. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Wildcats split first two district games

The Mount Si girls basketball team beat Monroe and fell to Woodinville.

  • Sunday, February 16, 2020 10:39am
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The Mount Si girls basketball team split its first two district playoff games, beating Monroe 55-44 and losing to Woodinville 55-46. The Wildcats were set to face Lake Stevens in a loser-out game on Feb. 18 at press time.

In the victory over Monroe, the Wildcats used a strong second quarter to beat the Bearcats on Feb. 14 at Monroe High School. Sela Heide (13 points, 12 rebounds), Joelle Buck (12 points) and Lauren Glazier (11 points) all hit double-digit points for the Wildcats.

In the second round, the Wildcats faced the undefeated Woodinville Falcons on Feb. 15 at Bothell High School. The Wildcats got off to a great start, taking a 17-11 lead after the first quarter. The Falcons outscored the Wildcats 18-9 in the second quarter to take a 29-26 halftime lead. In the second half, the Falcons pulled away for a 55-46 victory. Heide led the scoring for the Wildcats with 20 points.


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Joelle Buck (left) scored 12 points during Mount Si’s victory over Monroe on Feb. 14 at Monroe High School. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Joelle Buck (left) scored 12 points during Mount Si’s victory over Monroe on Feb. 14 at Monroe High School. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

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