Sophomore Megan D'Errico hit 8 of 10 field goals and scored 18 points to lead Skyline (4-1) to a 60-47 girls basketball victory over Diamond Bar (Calif.) in the opening round of...

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REDMOND — Sophomore Megan D’Errico hit 8 of 10 field goals and scored 18 points to lead Skyline (4-1) to a 60-47 girls basketball victory over Diamond Bar (Calif.) in the opening round of the Cascade Classic at Eastlake High School.





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Eastlake 82, Brittania (B.C.) 23



In the Cascade Classic, Kaleana Markley scored 19, and Erika Hurn added 18 points and seven rebounds for the Wolves (3-2).





Liberty 41, Delta (B.C.) 18



Jessie Simons scored 13 to lead the Patriots (4-4).





Paramount (Calif.) 47, Lakeside 39



In the Cactus Jam in Phoenix, Ariz., the Lions (4-5) couldn’t come back from a 29-10 halftime deficit. Leigh Myer scored 11 to lead Lakeside.





Mount Si 47, Bellarmine Prep 41



Whitney Beyerlin, a 6-4 senior guard, had eight of her 13 points in the third quarter as the Wildcats (6-2) won at the Central Washington Holiday Hoop Classic in Yakima.





Alameda (Calif.) 70, King’s 62



In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament in San Diego, Sarah Mosiman scored a game-high 24 but King’s (7-1) couldn’t hang onto a two-point lead in the final three minutes. King’s plays tomorrow at 1:45 p.m. against Lodi, Calif.





At Hazen 49, Beamer 32



Amber Hinesley had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Highlanders (6-3) past the Titans (1-6).





Meridian 45, Shorewood 33



In the Storm Winter Classic in Bellingham, the Thunderbirds (2-4) made 8 of 35 shots (23 percent) in a loss to Meridian.





Port Angeles 49, at Emerald Ridge 46



Brooke Helpenstell had a game-high 31, hitting 11 of 12 free throws, as the Roughriders (4-3) held off the Jaguars (4-3).





Chief Sealth 85, at Sammamish 11



The Seahawks (9-0), top-ranked in 3A, were never tested. Kelsey Hasselblad had six points for Sammamish (0-9).





At Juneau-Douglas (Alaska) 35, Nathan Hale 31



The Raiders (2-7) led 31-29 with 1:30 left, but Juneau came back with the help of a technical foul, which occurred when Hale called a timeout when it had none left.





Inglemoor 63, at Ingraham 26



Ashley Brown had 22, and Sarah Ena added 14 as the Vikings (3-2) beat the Rams (2-5).





Bellevue 69, at Calaveras (Calif.) 29



Jamie Webber scored 18 to lead the Wolverines (7-2).





Bethel 49, at Bainbridge 36



Amanda Durocher scored 16 to lead the Braves (6-0). Allie Picha scored 23 for the Spartans (3-5).