The Lummi girls’ basketball team got rolling early with 22 points in the first quarter and cruised to a 63-32 win over Tulalip Heritage at Lummi on Friday.
Coach Ken Keys said his younger players played a good majority of the game and the team’s key to victory was to spread out the offense.
“We kind of mixed it up real well, and our younger girls went out and executed their offense real well and played a really good game,” Keys said in a phone interview. “Everybody did equally as well today, especially on defense.”
Jaysonha Revey was the leading scorer for Lummi with 11 points and Sarah Brady, Rikkole Edwards and Lorissa Cultee each finished with nine.
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