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Inglemoor advances to state against Bellarmine Prep | 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 High School girls basketball team beat Bellarmine Prep 68-42 Friday night at Jackson High School in Mill Creek to advance to state. It is the Vikings' 11th consecutive victory.

The Vikings used strong third-quarter defense to hold the the Lions to just four points. That third-quarter effort extended a 37-27 halftime lead Inglemoor built during the first half with a powerful unstoppable offense.

The Vikings did a good job of sharing the ball as both Deja Strother and Kelly Conroy finished with 20-points each, while teammate Alex Hagen had 13 points. Overall, Inglemoor had eight players score during the game.

The Lions were led by Ionna Prince with 17 points.

 

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