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Published: Tuesday, January 29, 2013, 10:06 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Cedarcrest 50, King's 46

DUVALL -- Sarah Stauffer had 18 points and Susan Kenney scored 11 of her 16 points in the fourth quarter as Cedarcrest held off King's to win the Cascade Conference game. Mia Hayek led the Knights with 15 points.
At Cedarcrest H.S.
King's 7 10 11 18 -- 46
Cedarcrest 17 6 6 21 -- 50
King's--Madison Shinn 0, Kendall Adams 5, Mia Hayek 15, Marilyn Jones 0, Julia Berenson 0, Anna Parker 5, Ellie Rasmussen 10, Ashley Adams 6, Daphne Kieling 0, Karly Hibbard 5. Cedarcrest--Kalee Fowler 2, Sarah Stauffer 18, Molly Hammontree 0, Kailyn Campbell 4, Susan Kenney 16, Courtney McKinney 0, Kathryn Smith 10, Megan Ditore 0. 3-point goals--Parker, Rasmussen, Hayek 2, Kenney. Records--King's 9-4 league, 12-7 overall. Cedarcrest 12-1, 17-2.

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