Bothell girls drop game in Moses Lake; Inglemoor girls, Cedar Park girls lose

A hot second quarter helped the Moses Lake High girls basketball team snap Bothell’s winning streak as the Chiefs delt the Cougars a 55-43 nonconference loss on Jan. 21 in Moses Lake.

Bothell (10-0, 14-2) had won seven in a row after losing to White River on Dec. 22, but fell behind 28-18 at halftime and 47-31 after three quarters.

Senior Taya Corosdale finished with 17 points. Keyonna Jones had nine points and nine rebounds, but struggled from the floor, shooting four-for-19 from the floor.

Corosdale had 18 points and 14 rebounds in Bothell’s 60-41 win over Mount Si on Jan. 20 in Snoqualmie.

Next, the Cougars are set for a return to conference play against Skyline at 7:15 p.m. on Jan. 25 in Sammamish.

Woodinville 73, Inglemoor 47

Woodinville handed Inglemoor, playing without starting post Amanda Luckett, a tough conference loss on Jan. 20 in Woodinville.

The Falcons (8-2, 13-3) held Inglemoor into single digits in both the first and second quarters, and led 33-15 at halftime.

Sophomore Madison Dubois led Woodinville with 23 points.

Jenna Troy scored 14 points to lead Inglemoor (3-7, 6-9) in the loss.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled to play Eastlake at 7:15 p.m. on Jan. 25 in Sammamish.

Cedarcrest 46, Cedar Park 21

Despite a tough loss on Jan. 20 in Duvall, Cedar Park Christian remains in the hunt for the Class 1A District tournament.

The Eagles (3-6 Cascade, 8-9) scored 12 points in the first half and only nine in the second half in a conference loss to Cedar Crest. Sela Flynn finished with 10 points and Irena Korolenko had seven.

Cedar Park is fifth in the conference standings, but third among Class 1A schools with three games remaining. The Eagles can clinch a postseason berth win two more wins or a victory over Granite Falls in the season finale.

Next, the Eagles are scheduled to play Sultan at 6:45 p.m. on Jan. 24 in Sultan.