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Inglemoor rides 10-game win streak into first round of districts tonight | Prep girls basketball

Inglemoor sophomore Deja Strother goes to the hoop during the team
Inglemoor sophomore Deja Strother goes to the hoop during the team's KingCo tournament final victory.
— image credit: Matt Phelps, Bothell Reporter

The Inglemoor girls basketball team takes a ten-game win streak into the first round of the district tournament tonight against Bellarmine Prep.

The 4A KingCo champions will travel to Jackson High School in Mill Creek for a 6 p.m. tipoff Friday.

The Vikings are 20-2 on the season and their only losses came back-to-back in early January against Issaquah and Woodinville during a rash of injuries. Inglemoor has since defeated both of those teams.

Bellarmine Prep is 16-8 overall and finished 7-4 in league play during the regular season.

The Lions boasts six-foot senior forward Iona Price, who was second team in the 4A Narrows League. Price is averaging 12.4 points per game this season. Sydney Swifford and Jasmyne Holmes both average 8.5 points per game.

In contrast, Inglemoor's Deja Strother leads Inglemoor with nearly 15 points per game and Kelly Conroy has a nearly 14 -point per game average.

Jackson High School is located at 1508 136th St S.E. in Mill Creek.

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