White River girls romp, Enumclaw falls in tourney openers | THURSDAY BASKETBALL

West Central/SeaKing 2A Girls Basketball Tournament White River 79, Bremerton 24 Feb. 11 at White River West Central/Southwest 3A Girls Basketball Tournament Prairie 60, Enumclaw 27 Feb. 11 at Prairie

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West Central/SeaKing 2A Girls Basketball Tournament

White River 79, Bremerton 24Feb. 11 at White River

Bremerton: 3-11-7-3 – 24White River: 16-25-20-18 – 79

White River scoring: Georgia Lavinder 31, Kendall Bird 13, Sydney Andersen 10, Kayla Howard 6, Darian Gore 5, Sofia Lavinder 4, Sidney Schultz 3, Maci Goethals 3, Lucy Rasmussen 2, Kailee Bruner 2.

White River next game: Saturday, Feb. 13, 5:30 p.m., Foss High School (Tacoma). Opponent: North Kitsap.

West Central/Southwest 3A Girls Basketball Tournament

Prairie 60, Enumclaw 27Feb. 11 at Prairie

Enumclaw: 7-8-1-11 – 27Prairie: 14-13-23-10 – 60

Enumclaw scoring: Meneghini 6, Jessica Cerne 5, Sam Engebretsen 5, Kysa Bursch 4, Morgan Tinney 3, Madison Bosik 2, Kylie Rademacher 2.

Enumclaw next game: Saturday, Feb. 13, 1:45 p.m., Clover Park High School (loser out). Opponent: Capital.

 

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