The Lummi girls' basketball team picked a right time to pick up its third win of the season.
The Blackhawks defeated Cedar Park Christian 50-45 in the consolation first round of the Class 1B Northwest District Tournament on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at Mountlake Terrace.
The win sends Lummi to the fifth-place game against the Lopez/Highland Christian wnnner at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 7, at Mount Vernon Christian.
"We are so proud," Lummi coach Woody Bakke said in a phone interview. "We set a lot of team and personal goals."
The Blackhawks took control of the game by outscoring Cedar Park Christian 22-12 in the third quarter. Dawn James led Lummi with 22 points, including six 3-pointers. Samantha Wilson scored nine points while Bella James and Halle Sturgeon each had eight points for Lummi.
"They played aggressive and played together," Bakke said.
LUMMI 50, CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN 45
Lummi 7 10 22 11 - 50
Cedar Park Christian 6 15 12 12 - 45
Lummi: Bella James 8, Dawn James 22, Samantha Wilson 9, Thelma Wall, Lena Buck 3, Halle Sturgeon 8, Sarah Burke.
Home: Lenna Maple 14, Sarah Dresier 13, Brianna Joki 12, Salome Yosef 6, Jimenez.
3-ptg: Lummi 7 (James 6), Cedar Park Christian 4 (Joki 2). Fouls: Lummi 7, Cedar Park Christian 13.