Taya Corosdale leads Bothell past Mount Si; Cougars off to 7-0 start

Taya Corosdale

Taya Corosdale

Senior Taya Corosdale led the Bothell High girls basketball team to a 60-35 conference win over Mount Si on Friday at Bothell High School.

Corosdale finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and six steals and hit six of her eight shots from the floor.

The Cougars (4-0 KingCo, 7-0) has won the last two conference games by 20 points or more.

Emily Gibson and Keyonna Jones both had 13 points. Sophomore Kelsey Hudson had 11 points.

Next, the Cougars are slated to play White River at 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 22 at the ShoWare Center in Kent.

Skyline 58, Inglemoor 55.

The Vikings lost a tough conference game on back-to-back nights last week, falling to Woodinville on Dec. 16 and Skyline on Dec. 17, both at home.

Inglemoor (1-3, 3-3) outscored Skyline, 11-9, in the fourth quarter.

Viking senior Emily Massad led Inglemoor in scoring with 18 points. Fellow senior Amanda Luckett had 15 points and nine rebounds.

Luckett led Inglemoor with 11 points in the 59-47 loss to Woodinville.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled to play Lake Stevens at 7:15 p.m. on Dec. 28 at Lake Stevens High School.

Archbishop Murhpy 76, Cedar Park 31.

The Eagles gave up a season-high 76 points in a conference loss to Archbishop Murphy on Dec. 16 in Everett.

Next, Cedar Park (1-3 Cascade, 3-4) is scheduled to play Seattle Christian in a nonconference game at 5 p.m. on Dec. 20 at home.

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