Prep roundup: Inglemoor girls split final two games at Lady Quaker tournament

Results, schedule for basketball, wrestling and swimming

The Inglemoor High girls basketball team rallied to beat Franklin Pierce, 63-61, in the second game of the Lady Quaker Holiday Showcase on Dec. 29 in Seattle. Luckett had 24 points, 12 rebounds, three steals and three blocks in the win for Inglemoor (4-5).

Garfield High held Luckett to just 10 points in the tournament finale on Dec. 30, a 69-53 loss for Inglemoor. Luckett finished the game with four fouls, but still pulled down 13 rebounds.

Cedar Park Christian 48, Bear Creek 25

Freshman Irena Korolenko led the Eagles to their fifth win of the season, scoring 18 points to beat the Grizzlies in the second game of the Bear Creek Tournament on Jan. 2 in Redmond.

Korolenko hit back-t0-back 3-pointers in the second quarter, extending the Eagles’ lead to double digits for the first time. Korolenko also finished with 10 rebounds, two blocks and three steals.

Next, the Eagles (5-6) are scheduled to resume Cascade Conference play with a home game against Granite Falls on Jan. 3 in Bothell.


Decatur 60, Inglemoor 51

Jaxon Peay scored a team-high 16 points for Inglemoor in the final game of the Bellevue College Holiday tournament on Dec. 30 in Bellevue.

Ryan Hamilton finished with eight points and six assists and Jalen Woodley had 10 points.

The Vikings (2-7) lost to Monroe, 69-60, in the second round of the tournament on Dec. 29. Hamilton and Peay both scored 15 points. Monroe senior Trenton Newhouse led all scorers with 28 points.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled to resume KingCo play with a game against Newport on Jan. 3 in Bellevue.

Woodinville 67, Cedar Park Christian 48

Senior Drew McLaurin scored 16 points and dished out three assists in the Cedar Park Christian boys’ basketball team’s 67-48 nonconference loss to Woodinville on Dec. 30 in Bothell.

The game was the return of former Eagle Jaden Sheffy, who transferred to Woodinville after last season. Sheffy finished with 12 points and five assists.

The Eagles (6-5) trailed 19-6 after the first quarter and by 16 points at halftime.

Cedar Park’s George Reidy and Zach Fisk both scored 10 points.

Next, Cedar Park is scheduled to play a conference game against South Whidbey High School on Jan. 3 in Langley.


Both Inglemoor and Bothell are scheduled to come back from the winter break with meets on Jan. 5. Inglemoor (1-2) is set to take on Skyline at 7 p.m. in Sammamish, while Bothell (2-1) is scheduled to compete against Issaquah at 7 p.m. in Issaquah.

Bothell and Inglemoor will meet at 7 p.m. on Jan. 12 at Inglemoor High School.


The season resumes for the Bothell High boys swim team with a home meet against Skyline at 3 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Juanita Pool in Kirkland.

Bothell (1-1) lost to Inglemoor in the season opener on Dec. 1, then beat Woodinville on Dec. 8.

Inglemoor (2-1) is scheduled to resume the season against Skyline on Jan. 12 at the Boehm Pool in Issaquah.


Bothell (0-2 KingCo, 1-4) should have a tough test as conference action resumes in January with a double dual against Issaquah (2-0) and Mount Si (0-0) on Jan. 5 at 6 p.m. at Bothell High School.

The Cougars recently took part in the Emerald Ridge Dual Meet on Dec. 22, beating Washington High School and losing to Spanaway Lake and White River.

Inglemoor (0-2) will also be at the double dual on Jan. 5, but will only wrestle Issaquah and Mount Si. The Bothell-Inglemoor dual is set for Jan. 26.