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Inglemoor beats Ballard as three players score in double figures | Prep girls basketball

The Inglemoor High School girls basketball team leaned on three players Wednesday night in Ballard to come back from a dismal first quarter and earn its 13th win of the season, 57-50.

The Vikings fell behind early, getting doubled up during the first quarter, 16-8. But Inglemoor turned the tables on the Beavers, outscoring their opponents 16-8 during the third quarter to erase the deficit.

That third-quarter push, along with a strong fourth quarter pushed the team over the top as Deja Strother (20 points), Kelly Conroy (16 points) and Julia Haining (10 points), all scored in double figures to lead the Vikings.

The win keeps Inglemoor tied with Eastlake atop the Crest division with an 8-2 in-league record. Woodinville is just a half game back at 8-3.

 

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