Lummi can't quite keep up with Highland Christian

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDFebruary 6, 2014 

Lummi's girls' basketball team took a step forward but couldn't overcome Highland Christian in a 37-23 loss Thursday, Feb. 6, at Highland Christian. Treena Humphreys led the Blackhawks with 12 points.

"We struggled in the first half to get on the same page, but in the second we played better defense throughout," Lummi coach Randy Kaui said in a phone interview.

Kaui said fouls hurt the Blackhawks as they had 19. Harley Ellenwood had five points and Issabella James added four.

"Carla Lawrence played great defense, Harley played good defense," Kaui said of his team's effort. "Treena (Humphreys) was attacking the rim, so it's good to see shes healthy again."

Lummi takes on Tulalip Heritage at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at Tulalip.

HIGHLAND CHRISTIAN 37, LUMMI 23

Lummi 3 4 11 5 - 23

Highland Christian 13 8 4 12 - 37

Lummi: Issabella James 4, Harley Ellenwood 5, Kylee Tomma 0, Sabryn Tom 0, Thelma Wall 0, Marleneh Jefferson 0, Cherisse Sulkanum 0, Sarah Burke 0, Treena Humphreys 12, Jane Jefferson 2, Carla Lawrence 0. Team totals: FT 8-10 23.

Highland Christian: C. Brown 16, K. Costley 2, S. Li 0, P. Hernandez 15, T. Yu 0, A. Hayward 0, P. Ragchart 4. Team totals: FT 15-23 37.

3-ptg: Lummi 1 (Humphreys 1), Highland Christian 2 (Brown, Hernandez). Rebounds: No information provided. Assists: No information provided. Fouls: Lummi 19 (Fouled out: none), Highland Christian 11 (Fouled out: none). Turnovers: Lummi 29, Highland Christian 25.

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