Inglemoor High’s girls basketball squad. Courtesy of the Vikings’ Twitter page

Inglemoor High’s girls basketball squad. Courtesy of the Vikings’ Twitter page

Inglemoor girls knock off Lake Stevens in hoops action

  • Monday, January 6, 2020 9:34am
  • Sports

“Big time win over a big time program.”

That was the message on the Inglemoor High girls basketball squad’s Twitter and Facebook pages following the locals’ 66-55 nonleague victory over previously undefeated Lake Stevens High on Jan. 2.

Inglemoor led 35-28 at halftime and 47-43 after three quarters before outscoring the host squad 19-12 in the fourth to secure the victory. Inglemoor’s Lucy Young drained five 3-pointers in the first half.

Young finished with six treys and 20 points, followed by Colbi Zorich with 12 points, Katelyn Laccinole with 11 points (three treys), Isabella Reed with nine points and 10 rebounds and Abby Haller with nine points.

At the recent Nike Interstate Shootout in Oregon, Inglemoor beat Glencoe (49-43), St. Mary’s Academy (50-41) and Barlow (52-46) and lost to Desert Oasis (53-37) in the title game.

Inglemoor upped its overall record to 9-2 and 3-1 in league following a 48-18 victory over Redmond on Jan. 3. Viking Dulce Solomon scored 12 points and Haller added 10 points and seven rebounds.

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