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Inglemoor girls win Crest Division title, smash Eastlake | Prep girls basketball

The Inglemoor High School girls basketball team earned the Crest Division title with a win at home Saturday night. It is the team’s fifth consecutive victory.

The Vikings dismantled Eastlake, 61-38, to clinch the regular-season crown and take the No. 1 seed to the 4A KingCo tournament .

Inglemoor has a one game lead over the Wolves, but has defeated them twice this season to earn the tiebreaker with one game left to play.

The Viking defense locked down the Wolves during the game, holding their opponents to single digits during the first three quarters. Inglemoor dominated the first half and went into the locker room leading 28-12.

The Vikings extended that lead to 48-21 before the fourth quarter even began. Eastlake gained some ground during the final eight minutes but the lead was too much for the Wolves to overcome.

Inglemoor was led by Jordana Price (17 points), Kelly Conroy (15 points) and Deja Strother (12 points).

The win leaves Inglemoor with a 10-2 record in league play and 15-2 overall.

The Vikings will play their final game of the regular season Friday at Woodinville with a 6:30 p.m. tip off.

 

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