Keyonna Jones scores 30 as Bothell beats Lewis and Clark

Keyonna Jones

Keyonna Jones

Just three games into her senior season, Keyonna Jones put up one of the top games of her prep career.

Jones scored 30 points as the Bothell High girls basketball team picked up a 60-49 nonconference victory over Lewis & Clark on Dec. 3, moving to 3-0 on the season. Jones connected on 11 of 18 field goal attempts and hit seven of her nine attempts from the free-throw line.

Jones, who comitted to Western Oregon University in November, also finished with six steals, four rebounds and two assists.

Fellow senior Taya Corosdale put up a near triple double, finishing with seven points, nine rebounds and eight steals. Kelsey Hudson had 13 points for Bothell.

The Cougars led 29-24 at halftime and by five points after three quarters, but outscored the Tigers 12-6 in the fourth quarter.

Kaylee Bishop scored 15 points to to lead Lewis & Clark.

Next, Bothell is scheduled to play Skyline at 5:45 on Dec. 6 in the KingCo Conference opener.

Inglemoor 51, Lake Washington 28.

After a close victory over Lynnwood in the season opener on Dec. 1, the Vikings rolled to their second nonconference win of the season on Dec. 2 at Lake Washington High School.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled to play Eastlake at 7:15 p.m. on Dec. 7 at home.

Bellevue Christian 50, Cedar Park 24.

The Eagles lost for the first time this season on Dec. 2 in Bellevue.

Cedar Park won the first two games of the year, including a 36-24 victory against Overlake on Nov. 30.

Next, the Eagles open Cascade Conference play with a home game against Cedarcrest at 6:45 p.m. on Dec. 6.


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