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Published: Wednesday, February 6, 2013, 12:36 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Lummi 50, Cedar Park Christian (MLT) 45

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- Sarah Dresler scored 15 points and Leanna Mapel added 14, but it was not enough as Cedar Park Christian (MLT) fell to Lummi Nation in a 1B District Tournament game.
At Cedar Park Christian H.S.
Lummi 7 10 22 11 -- 50
Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 6 15 12 12 -- 45
Lummi--Bella James 8, Dawn James 22, Samantha Wilson 9, Selma Wall 0, Lina Buck 3, Leanne Humphrys 0, Haille Sturgeon 8. Cedar Park Christian--Leanna Mapel 14, Sarah Dresler 15, Carolina Jimenez 0, Brianna Joki 12, Salome Yosef 4. 3-point goals--D. James 6, B. James 1, Joki 2, Dresler 1, Mapel 1. Records--Lummi 2-13 overall. Cedar Park Christian 4-15.

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