Blaine girls crush Sedro-Woolley

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDFebruary 4, 2014 

It took awhile for Blaine's girls' basketball team to get going, but once the Borderites heated up, there was no stopping them as they cruised to a 67-31 win over Sedro-Woolley on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Blaine.

"We started a little slow, but things got rolling in the second," Blaine coach Ryan Pike said in a phone interview. "From the second quarter on, we played how we wanted."

Taylor V'Dovec and Mandy Hayes scored a combined 35 points, but it was Breanna Chau's nine assists that Pike highlighted.

"Chau did a great job for us. She does a good job of distributing the ball and running the offense," Pike said.

Blaine (13-6, NWC 8-3) plays its last game of the regular season Friday, Feb. 7, at Burlington-Edison.

BLAINE 67, SEDRO-WOOLLEY 31,

Sedro-Woolley 7 3 13 8 -31

Blaine 11 23 19 14 - 67

Sedro-Woolley: Bridgette Janicki 9, Emily Van Liew Jr. 0, Maria Johnson Sr. 1, Tianna Langdon 5, Jenelle Rose 2, Tiffany Matthews 2, Ali Blanton 2, Adrianna Ortiz 0, Mikayela Nutting 10. Team totals: 10-46 9-11 31.

Blaine: Breanna Chau 2, Olivia Olason 8, Alexis McElwain 9, Mikayla Deming 6, Kjirstin Larson 0, Rhiana Breedlove 3, Taylor V'Dovec 18, Mandy Hayes 17, Kiana Gray 4. Team totals: 28-67 8-12 67.

3-ptg: Sedro-Woolley 2 (Langdon, Janicki 1), Blaine 3 (Hayes 3). Rebounds: Sedro-Woolley 30, Blaine 43 (McElwain 13). Assists: Sedro-Woolley 6 (Leader xx), Blaine 25 (Chau 9). Fouls: Sedro-Woolley 12, Blaine 14. Turnovers: Sedro-Woolley 28, Blaine 14.

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