BURLINGTON — The Burlington-Edison High School girls' basketball team overcame a slow start Saturday to beat Auburn 64-41 in a nonconference game.
The Tigers, who were held to eight first-quarter points and trailed by one at halftime, scored 27 third-quarter points on their way to the win.
Burlington-Edison's Analise Slotemaker came off the bench to score 19 points and pull down six rebounds. Slotemaker scored 10 of her team's third-quarter points.
Sydney Reisner finished with 11 points for the Tigers, while Amey Rainaud had nine, and Hannah Herrgesell and Jordyn Smith eight apiece.
The Tigers are 7-1.
La Conner Braves 104,
Concrete Lions 14
LA CONNER — The Braves had five players score in double figures on their way to the Northwest 2B/1B League win.
Sarah Cook had 26 points and seven steals; Ellalee Wortham 16 points, four steals and five assists; Rachel Cram 15 points and four steals; Maeve McCormick 14 points and six steals; and Ellie Marble 11 points, eight rebounds and four steals.
Concrete's Payton Dickinson had 10 points.
La Conner is 6-0 in league and 10-0 overall, while Concrete is 0-6 and 2-7.
Sehome Mariners 62,
Anacortes Seahawks 58
BELLINGHAM — The Seahawks came up short of the Mariners in the Northwest Conference game.
Anacortes, a loser of three straight conference games, is 2-4 in conference and 4-4 overall.
Jacob Hayes scored 16 points for the Seahawks, while Braden Thomas, Jase Frydenlund and John-Fritz Von Hagel each finished with eight.
Ferndale Golden Eagles 76,
Sedro-Woolley Cubs 56
FERNDALE — The Cubs lost their seventh consecutive game, falling to the Golden Eagles in the Northwest Conference contest.
Sedro-Woolley is 0-6 in conference and 2-7 overall.
EVERETT — Burlington-Edison had two champions on the way to placing third as a team in the 24-school field.
Winning titles for the Tigers were Junior Sandoval (106 pounds) and Chris Lopez Gonzales (113).
Other champions from Skagit County schools were Anacortes' Gavin Lang (145) and Mount Vernon's Ryan Wilson (126).
Sedro-Woolley had Chase Weber (132) and Owen Carpenter (182) each place second.
Sedro-Woolley was fifth in the team standings, Anacortes was eighth and Mount Vernon tied for 10th.