Inglemoor High’s Jenna Troy. Andy Nystrom, Reporter

Inglemoor High’s Jenna Troy. Andy Nystrom, Reporter

Inglemoor, North Creek girls notch basketball victories

  • Tuesday, January 9, 2018 3:39pm
  • Sports

Inglemoor High’s Jenna Troy scored 22 points to lead the Vikings to a 59-43 girls basketball victory over Skyline High on Jan. 5. Lucy Young added 16 points for the Viks.

North Creek downed Bothell, 61-56, in girls hoops the same night. Caitlin Monteri led North Creek with 25 points; Emily Gibson led Bothell with 17 points.

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