2nd half rally spurs Oak Harbor to 1st Wesco win / Girls basketball

A fantastic third quarter helped the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team collect its first Wesco win of the season, a 45-39 victory at Marysville-Pilchuck Friday, Feb. 2.

Down 9 at halftime, Oak Harbor outscored the Tomahawks 15-4 in the third period for the comeback win.

While the victory gave the Wildcats (1-10, 4-15) their first league win and fourth overall this season, it kept Marysville-Pilchuck (0-11, 0-19) winless for 2017-18.

Oak Harbor finishes its season at home at 7:15 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5, when Meadowdale (4-7, 5-14) visits.

Marysville-Pilchuck led 11-9 and 24-15 after the first two quarters, then the Wildcats took off.

Jasmine Ford fueled the win with 15 points, and Mikhaela Cortez added 11. Olivia Waite tallied a season high 7, Miranda Wilson had 6, Sammy OIson 3, Samantha Hines 2 and Delija Cammon 1.

Miriam Summers scored 13 to lead M-P.

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