Mountlake Terrace coach Deidrea Ducheane rolled the dice last night and came up a winner. Ducheane decided to let super sophomore Tatiana Heck play even after she picked up her...
MUKILTEO — Mountlake Terrace coach Deidrea Ducheane rolled the dice last night and came up a winner.
Ducheane decided to let super sophomore Tatiana Heck play even after she picked up her fourth foul early in the fourth quarter.
Even though Heck fouled out with 22 points with 4:05 left in regulation, the Hawks found a way to beat Kamiak 60-56 in a WesCo girls basketball game.
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“We found a way and that’s what it’s all about right now,” Ducheane said. “I was worried when she went out, but I have confidence in my bench, that they would do the right thing if she fouled out, and they did.”
L’Tisha Smith made a layup and Nicki Mosman made a long three-pointer as the Hawks held on without Heck.
Mosman finished the game with 18 points and made four three-pointers.
Mountlake Terrace, coming off its first loss of the season to Meadowdale, improved to 4-1 in the WesCo South and 5-1 overall.
Kamiak, 2-2 in the WesCo South and 2-3 overall, was led by Tiffany Shedrick with 14 points and Ashley Vick with 13.
Meadowdale 62, at Shorewood 22
Latrina Woods scored 15 points, and Marelle Moehrle added 10 points to power the Mavericks to the WesCo South win. Meadowdale (5-0, 5-0) led 24-4 at the end of the first quarter, and 42-12 at the half. Jane Fleck scored six points for the Thunderbirds (2-3, 2-3)
Edmonds-Woodway 36, at Mariner 21
The Warriors jumped out to a 16-0 lead at the end of the first quarter to earn their first victory of the season. Jessica Takara scored 11 points and Mia Gribble 10 for Edmonds-Woodway (1-4, 1-4). Mariner (1-5, 1-4) was led by the nine points of Ivy Douglas.
At Everett 58, Jackson 48
Elaina Olson and Erika Hornyak each scored nine points in a 26-point fourth quarter as the Seagulls (4-1, 3-1) rallied to stun the Timberwolves (4-2, 3-2) in the WesCo South. Jackson led 41-32 after three quarters. Olson, who was 7 for 7 at the foul line in the fourth quarter, finished with 21 points. Hornyak scored 15. Sam McCracken led Jackson with 19.
Shorecrest 59, At Lynnwood 33
The Scots put the WesCo South game away early, outscoring the Royals 20-6 in the first quarter and stretching the lead to 36-12 by halftime. Kat Binder scored 11 points and Mary Tseng 10 for Shorecrest (3-3, 3-2). Lynnwood’s Alexa Breidenbach led all scorers with 13. Kristen Hjertstedt had eight rebounds for the Royals (0-6, 0-5).
At Marysville-Pilchuck 55, Arlington 36
Sarah Gribler, a 6-0 junior center, had 19 points and 16 rebounds for the Tomahawks (2-6, 2-3), who outscored the Eagles 12-3 in the decisive third quarter. Jasmine McComack led the Eagles (4-2, 2-2) with 10 points, and Randi Richardson scored seven.
Monroe 68, at Cascade 31
Down 11-10 at the end of the first quarter, the fourth-ranked Bearcats roared back in the second quarter, outscoring the Bruins 24-4 to take a commanding 34-15 lead at the half. Arizona State-bound Kirsten Thompson, a 6-6 center, and Sarah Morton shared scoring honors for Monroe (9-0, 5-0) with 14 points. Gina Delos Reyes had nine points for Cascade (1-5, 0-4).
At Lake Stevens 60, Oak Harbor 55
The Vikings (6-2, 5-0) came back from a five-point deficit to begin the fourth quarter to remain undefeated in WesCo North play. Mary Ochiltree had 12 points to lead Lake Stevens. Krystal Rousselle scored 17 points for the Wildcats (1-6, 1-3) and Heidi McNeill added 16.
At Stanwood 62, Mount Vernon 57 (OT)
The Spartans prevailed after Mount Vernon’s Andrea Fine scored at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime. Dawnia Sudweeks’ 14 points and Lauren Hansen’s 13 led the way for Stanwood (2-4, 1-3). Fine had 26 points for the Bulldogs (0-6, 0-5) to lead all scorers.