Prep girls basketball: Mavs lose to Kamiak, Warriors defeat Union in holiday tourney


Kamiak 52, Meadowdale 44

After being held scoreless in the first quarter, the Meadowdale Mavericks tried to mount a big comeback but came up just short as the team fell to the Kamiak Knights 52-44 in a Day 2 matchup of the Mountlake Terrace Holiday Tournament on Wednesday.

The Mavericks outscored the Knights 30-19 during the second and third quarters, but couldn’t overcome their horrendous start.

Camryn Cassidy led the Mavs with 12 points; Lilly Williams scored 11 points in the loss.

Meadowdale will return to Wesco League action on Wednesday, Jan. 3, when they host the Shorecrest Scots; tip-off at Meadowdale High School is set for 7:15 p.m.

Prep Girls Basketball: Meadowdale vs. Kamiak, Dec. 27

Meadowdale     0    15    15    14    —    44

Kamiak    17     9    10    16    —    52

Meadowdale scoring: Camryn Cassidy 12, Lilly Williams 11, Alicia Morrison 8, Taylor Kesselring 6, Fatourmata Jaiteh 4, Adriana Valadez 2, Cassidy Gamble 1, Kaylee Whatmore, Kaisha Stark, Maia Austvold, Tyra Gallagher, Soriah Swinton

Kamiak scoring: Alex Gallaher 14, Hunter Beirne 10, Carolyn Brunner 9, Brooke Erlandsen 6, Karsen Alexander 5, Ashley Gray 5, Margaux Manalo 3, Abby Kizzia, Jordyn Porea

Records: Meadowdale 0-2 in 2A/3A Wesco League, 3-7 overall; Kamiak 1-2 in 4A Wesco League, 4-5 overall

Meadowdale next game: versus Shorecrest, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 7:15 p.m. at Meadowdale High School


Edmonds-Woodway 52, Union 42

The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors utilized a tough defensive effort and a big second half to defeat the Union Titans 52-42 Wednesday at the Mountlake Terrace Holiday Tournament.

While the Warriors put 37 points up on the scoreboard in the second half, it was their defensive effort that ultimately paid off. E-W held the Titans to their lowest point output of the season, almost 20 points below their season average of 61.2 points per game.

Adrienne Poling led the Warriors with 19 points; Ingrid Fosberg chipped in 11 points in the E-W victory.

The Warriors (2-0 in 2A/3A Wesco League, 9-1 overall) will begin the second half of their 2017-2018 season on Wednesday, Jan. 3, when they host the Stanwood Spartans at Edmonds-Woodway High School; tip-off is slated for 7:15 p.m.

Prep Girls Basketball: Edmonds-Woodway vs. Union, Dec. 27

Union     9    11     9    13    —    42

E-W    10     5    21    16    —    52

Edmonds-Woodway scoring: Adrienne Poling 19, Ingrid Fosberg 11, Maddie McMahon 7, AJ Martineau 6, Brooke Kearney 5, Mia Dickenson 3, Jadyn Waram 1, Bekah Dasalla-Good, Meghan Ashe, Kristen Reijonen

Union scoring: Mason Oberg 11, Mackenzie Lewis 9, Courtney Cranston 9, Alexis Raymone 5, Toryi Midland 2, Rebekah Barney 2, McKenna Vega 2, Lilly Caplice 2, Madison Mackay, Kaneyl Carpenter, Lolo Weatherspoon

Records: Edmonds-Woodway 2-0 in 2A/3A Wesco League, 9-1 overall; Union 0-0 in 4A Greater St. Helens League, 9-3 overall

Edmonds-Woodway next game: versus Stanwood, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 7:15 p.m. at Edmonds-Woodway High School

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