Bothell senior Taya Corosdale (5) boxes out Juanita’s Brittany White (2) in the first half of Friday’s nonconference win at Bothell High School. Corosdale scored 28 in the victory for Bothell. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

Bothell senior Taya Corosdale (5) boxes out Juanita’s Brittany White (2) in the first half of Friday’s nonconference win at Bothell High School. Corosdale scored 28 in the victory for Bothell. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

Taya Corosdale scores 28 as Bothell routs Juanita

Cougars win 69-45, snapping Juanita’s five-game streak

Senior post Taya Corosdale tied her season-high with 28 points as the Bothell High girls basketball team rolled to a 69-45 nonconference win over Juanita on Friday at Bothell High School.

The game matched two of the area’s top girls basketball prospects. Corosdale has comitted to Oregon State, while Juanita’s Tea Adams has comitted to play at San Diego State.

Corosdale hit four 3-pointers and was perfect from the free throw line for Bothell (8-1), which bounced back after losing to White River last week. Keyonna Jones scored 20 points.

The Cougars often doubled Juanita senior Tea Adams, who had scored 30 points in back-to-back games coming in. Adams finished with 12 points, a season low, and didn’t connect on a field goal in the fourth quarter.

Brandy White led the Rebels (7-3) with 14 points. The loss snaps a five-game winning streak for Juanita.

Both teams are set to resume conference play next week. Bothell is scheduled to play Issaquah at 7:15 p.m. on Jan. 4 at home, while the Rebels are scheduled to play Bellevue at 7:15 p.m. in the Juanita Fieldhouse.


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