Oak Harbor’s season ends with loss / Girls basketball

Host Marysville Getchell made the most of it extra opportunities and defeated the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team 63-35 Friday, Feb. 1, in the Wildcats’ season finale.

Oak Harbor committed 26 turnovers and gave up 22 offensive rebounds, allowing the Chargers to post a 19-2 advantage in points off turnovers and a 12-6 advantage in second-chance points.

Marysville Getchell (9-4, 15-4) led 17-12, 32-19 and 47-27 at the quarters.

Jasmine Ford paced Oak Harbor with 8 points, nine rebounds and three blocks.

Payton Parks had 7 points and seven rebounds, and Miranda Wilson added 3 points and two assists.

Mikhaela Cortez scored 7 points, Olivia Waite 6, Tiana Jackson 2, Sami Olson 1 and Sarah Mensah 1.

Oak Harbor finished winless in 14 Wesco games and 3-17 overall.

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