BURLINGTON — The Burlington-Edison High School girls' basketball team had four players score in double figures Friday on the way to beating Anacortes 68-37.

Gabriella MacKenzie finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds, Amey Rainaud scored 15 points, Sydney Reisner had 14 and Miranda Maskell added 13.

"On offense they were able to drive into the paint too easily, which led to a lot of easy baskets on their end," Anacortes coach Nate Dunham said. "It is too bad that there aren't playoffs this year because they would be in the mix for a state championship."

Burlington-Edison improved to 4-1.

Anacortes (3-1) had 10 points from Camryn Kerr.

Bellingham Red Raiders 58,

Sedro-Woolley Cubs 39

BELLINGHAM — Abby Virata scored 12 points for the Cubs (0-6).

Mount Vernon Christian Hurricanes 67,

Lummi Blackhawks 26

BELLINGHAM — A quick start to the second half put the game away for the Hurricanes (6-0).

Mount Vernon Christian scored 11 points in the first 90 seconds of the half on two 3-pointers by Caitlyn VanderKooy, a 3-pointer by Hannah VanHofwegen and put-back basket by Allie Heino.

VanderKooy finished with 16 points. VanHofwegen and Heino each scored 14.

Lynden Christian Lyncs 78,

Mount Vernon Bulldogs 37

LYNDEN — Maliyah Johnson scored 12 points and Elizabeth Miller had 11 for the Bulldogs (1-5).


Lummi Blackhawks 62,

Mount Vernon Christian Hurricanes 50

BELLINGHAM — The Hurricanes had a four-game win streak snapped.

They struggled at the start, giving up easy baskets to Lummi's big men, and though they cut Lummi's lead to seven late in the fourth quarter, they could get no closer.

Ben Rozema led Mount Vernon Christian with 11 points, while Julian Pedrosa had nine.

"I thought my guys competed and got a sense of where we are at versus one of the best 1B schools in the state," Hurricanes coach Pat Russell said.

Mount Vernon Christian is 4-2.


Bellingham Red Raiders 6,

Sedro-Woolley Cubs 1

BELLINGHAM — The Cubs were beaten in match that had been twice postponed because of rain.

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