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January 11, 2011 at 11:22 AM

Some girls basketball highlights from Monday night

It was a great night of WesCo 4A girls basketball action on Monday, with two games going to overtime.

Sixth-ranked Edmonds-Woodway needed an extra stansa to get back Marysville-Pilchuck, 65-60. According to one account I read, it was back-and-forth most of the way, after E-W dug itself out of an 11-point hole in the first half.

M-P’s Andi Adams hit 1 of 2 free throws to tie the game with 9.7 seconds to play as the Tomawaks rallied from an eight-point deficit. E-W missed a desperation three-pointer at the end of regulation.

Adams, a senior guard, hit a three-pointer to start the extra period, then fouled out, finishing with 10 points.

E-W’s Sydney Donaldson took over the rest of the way. She finished with 21 points and nine rebounds. Three other E-W players reached double figures — Ashley Albertson (12), Angela Woods (12) and Madeline Kasper (10).

Morgan Martinis led M-P with 14 points, including three three-pointers, to go along with nine rebounds. Becca Lentz recorded a double-double, matching 12 points with 12 rebounds.

E-W improves to 11-3, 7-0, while dangerous M-P slips to 8-3, 4-3.

Here are highlights from some of the other Monday games:

Jackson 69, Arlington 64 (OT)

Freshman Kelli Kingma erupted for a career-high 30 points, including 17 of 18 free throw (11 of 12 in the fourth quarter), to lead the Timberwolves (9-4, 5-2) to a key WesCo win. Sierra Anderson added 17 points, six in overtime, while Hannah Hicks had 10.

Arlington (7-5, 3-5) was led by Megan Abdo with 14 points, while Lesi Sarver had 12, including the three-pointer with :03 left in regulation that sent the game to OT.

Monroe 73, Kamiak 35

Suzanna Ohlsen scored a school-record 36 points for the Bearcats (5-6, 4-4), also adding seven rebounds and five steals. Teammate Bianka O’Hara contributed 14 points to eclipse 1,000 points for her career.

Snohomish 47, Mariner 22

Brittany Wilson (11 points) and Carolyn Gravelle (10) paced the Panthers (5-7, 3-4).

Lake Stevens 71, Cascade 33

The Vikings (11-2, 6-2) got 17 points from Megan Warbis and 15 from sophomore Brooke Pahukoa to stay in the WesCo North race.

Bainbridge 60, North Kitsap 43

Grace Kenyon provided 14 points and Micki Johns supplied 10 as the Spartans (5-5, 2-4 in Metro) picked up the nonleague win.

Lindbergh 50, Interlake 47

In another nonleague contest, Gabriele Redwine (21) and Emily Garver (18) combined for 39 points to spark the Eagles (4-6, 2-4 in Seamount). Garver added 11 rebounds and six assists. Margo Parker scored 13 for Interlake (5-7, 1-5 in KingCo 3A).

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