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January 24, 2012 at 3:41 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Monday

We’re pretty much back on track with the high-school girls basketball schedule following that frigid storm last week (although the Kent schools are not playing tonight, Tuesday, because they still were closed on Monday and haven’t been able to practice until today).

So, here are some highlights from the Monday games reported to The Times:

Lake Stevens 52, Snohomish 35

The Vikings, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, remained unbeaten behind the scoring efforts of Kali Long (16), Abby Molstre (13) and Brittney Pahukoa (10). Julie Young led Snohomish with 11. Lake Stevens plays No. 5 Stanwood Wednesday.

Stanwood 62, Kamiak 40

Paisley Heckman paced the Spartans with 19 points, while Renee Lucero chipped in 13. Kamiak’s Kate Blackwell finished with 13.

Marysville-Pilchuck 44, Mariner 21

Amanda Klep led the way with 13 points.

Holy Names 51, Eastside Catholic 36

The Cougars, ranked No. 8 in 3A, survived a 23-point outburst by Eastside’s Michaela O’Rourke and got 11 apiece from Camariah King and Jasmine McCleave.

Lynnwood 36, Meadowdale 34

The Royals led the low-scoring affair 20-12 heading into the fourth and held on. Meghan Cross finished with 12 points for Lynnwood, while Meadowdale’s Margreen Barhoum had 16.

Glacier Peak 79, Mountlake Terrace 48

The Grizzlies got points from 12 players, led by Katie Hawkins (18) and Torrey Hill (14). For Terrace, Shaian Pagaling scored 12 and Samantha Romanowski 10.

Everett 72, Oak Harbor 37

The Seagulls landed three in double figures — Darian Rielly (17), Sidney Rielly (12) and Aliya Davis (10). Oak Harbor’s Annie Leete hit for 22.

Shorewood 59, Marysville Getchell 47

Masha Shtikel (18) and Jennifer Thompson (11) led the way. MG countered with three in double digits — Khalyn King (16), Kyleigh Dschaak (11) and Brianna Lloyd-Bennett (10).

Eatonville 52, Clover Park 40

The Cruisers got 16 from Laccie Hill and 14 from Jessia Stead, while CP’s Caitlynn Johnson dropped in 17.

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 56, Overlake 16

Rachel Staudacher finished with 17 and Madison Paramenter added 11.

Mount Vernon Christian 42, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 33

Melanie Kuipers and Jacqueline Case led the way with 17 and 10 points, respectively. Jess Castor scored 13 for Cedar Park.

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