In an early-season matchup between WesCo South unbeatens, Jackson's high-powered offense (66. 7 points per game in three wins...
Jackson at Meadowdale,
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In an early-season matchup between WesCo South unbeatens, Jackson’s high-powered offense (66.7 points per game in three wins), sparked by freshman guard Kristi Kingma (17.3 ppg), visits last year’s defending Class 3A state champions and savvy senior Ashley Fenimore, who has signed to play next fall with Seattle Pacific University.
Meadowdale at Mountlake Terrace,
7:30 p.m. Friday
Meadowdale’s Mavericks, led by Jake Linton (19 ppg), are trying to establish themselves in the wide-open WesCo South. They’ll face a tough road test against Terrace, the coaches’ preseason favorite, which returns five starters from last year’s state-tournament squad.