Wildcats fall at Duvall / Girls basketball

The Cedarcrest High School girls basketball team combined a strong offense with a stingy defense to defeat Oak Harbor 59-19 Friday, Jan. 4, in Duvall.

The Red Wolves scored in double figures while limiting the Wildcats to single digits in each quarter in the Western Conference contest.

Cedarcrest (2-2, 7-3) led 12-6, 30-13 and 49-15 at the quarters.

Sidra Griffin and Katharine Townley each scored 13 points to pace the Cedarcrest attack.

Only four Wildcats scored: Jasmine Ford, 8; Mikhaela Cortez, 7; Olivia Waite, 2; Miranda Wilson, 2.

Oak Harbor (0-5, 3-8) hosts Meadowdale (1-3, 6-4) at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8.

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