When it comes to sports, it’s always a strong rivalry between Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale, and girls basketball is no exception. Until recently, Meadowdale — which has had numerous appearances at the state tournament — dominated these match-ups. But this year, the Warriors — themselves 5th-place finishers at state last year — had an easy time with the Mavericks, beating them 76-44 in a nonleague contest at Edmonds-Woodway.
Leading scorer for E-W was Angela Woods with 20 points, while Madeline Kasper had 13 and Seyi Olajoyegbe added 10. Sydney Donaldson also had 10 points, plus 15 rebounds and six blocks.
The Warriors were able to limit Meadowdale scoring threat Margreet Barhoum to just 10 points. Bianca Landa added 7 for the Mavericks.
Edmonds-Woodway hosts the visiting Melbourne Tigers of Australia, former team of Seattle Storm star Lauren Jackson, at 7 p.m. Monday at E-W.
Meadowdale scoring: Lindsay Hatch 6, Sara Fjortoft 5, Margreet Barhoum 10, Bianca Landa 7, Katie Rickel 1, Alyssa Reuble 2, Michaela O’Neill 6, Julianne Kossian 2, Mackenzie Bretz 2, Madison Parker 3, Alisa Sagdahl 0, Ndey Sonko 0.
Edmonds-Woodway scoring: Madeline Kasper 13, Adama Marenah 0, Amia Nash 6, Maddy Nealey 0, Alex Kenney 4, Awa Marenah 4, Falanika Tuuamalemalo 2, Seyi Olajoyeghe 10, Ashley Albertson 7, Sydney Donaldson 10, Angela Woods 20.