Ferndale girl's basketball tops Squalicum

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDDecember 6, 2013 

FERNDALE 69, SQUALICUM 36

Ferndale girls' basketball defeated Squalicum 69-36 on Friday, Dec. 6, at Squalicum High School. The Golden Eagles had three players score in double figures and used their size advantage to top the Storm.

"We were a little overwhelmed with Ferndale's defensive pressure," Squalicum coach Mark Wright said in a phone interview. "They're extremely athletic. ... I was impressed with their physicality."

Ferndale was led in scoring by Hannah Carlson's 19 points. Linsey Honeycutt added 18 and Taryn Knutson had 15 for the Golden Eagles.

Squalicum was led by Meghan Lowry's 13 points.

"Meghan is a warrior, she fights every night," Wright said. "She was our girl that gave us a chance out there. Lissette Meza also knocked down some three's and was a weapon against Ferndale's zone defense."

Squalicum plays next at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Sehome. Ferndale's next game is at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at home against Lynden Christian.

FERNDALE 69, SQUALICUM 36

Ferndale 11 22 15 21 - 69

Squalicum 9 11 9 7 - 36

Ferndale: Carly Bannerman 4, Shelby Slaughter 0, Abby Reid 3, Dasia Washington 2, Taryn Knutson 15, Hannah Carlson 19, Brooke Benson 8, Kendyl Puhan 0, Linsey Honeycutt 18, Darrien Camarillo 0. Team totals: 29-53 10-17 69.

Squalicum: Kayla Chang 2, Meghan Lowry 13, Sarah Hulbert 4, Ciera Gossage xx, Kamea Pino xx, Bailey Molnar 2, Sydney Arndorfer 4, Madison Grimstead 0, Shaunee Hooper 2, Sam Starr 3, Lissette Meza 6. Team totals: 15-56 2-7 36.

3-ptg: Ferndale 1 (Reid 1), Squalicum 2 (Meza 2). Rebounds: Ferndale 40 (Carlson, Benson 10), Squalicum 32 (Arndorfer 5). Assists: Ferndale 15 (Reid 5), Squalicum 9 (Molnar 3). Fouls: Ferndale 17 (Fouled out), Squalicum 15 (Fouled out). Turnovers: Ferndale 17, Squalicum 22.

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