Redmond’s Kiki Milloy, front, reaches for the ball with Everett’s Kate Pohland on Tuesday. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond’s Kiki Milloy, front, reaches for the ball with Everett’s Kate Pohland on Tuesday. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond girls off to hot hoops start

Redmond High’s girls basketball team keeps pouring on the wins.

Kiki Milloy tallied 21 points in each of the team’s recent wins, a 71-18 nonleague victory over Everett and a 65-61 victory in 3A KingCo action over Liberty. Teagyn Ohrt racked up 20 points in the Mustangs’ 52-43 triumph over Nooksack Valley on Thursday.

At press time, the Mustangs were atop the league with a 5-0 mark and 8-0 overall.

Milloy’s top game was a 23-pointer against Bellevue, a game which also featured Ohrt’s scoring output of 15 points. Also rattling the nets with impressive numbers this season have been Caroline Talbot (18 against Mercer Island), Megan Egberg (14 against Mercer Island), Britton Steckler (13 against Mercer Island and double digits in several other games) and Mackenzie Ault (10 against Lakes).

Milloy and Ohrt have hit double digits in other games as well.

On the Redmond boys’ side, Carson Brown notched 16 points and grabbed five rebounds in Wednesday’s 48-45 nonleague triumph over Nooksack Valley.

In other recent games, Chris Claesson hit 15 points and snagged eight rebounds, Maclain Forseth had 14 points and Phil Bury has been averaging about 10 points per game. At press time, the squad was 1-4 in league and 3-5 overall.

Next week, the Mustang boys and girls will travel to Phoenix, Arizona for the Cactus Jam.

Bottom, from left, Redmond’s Jalen Lund, Phil Bury and Carson Bruener surround Liberty’s Jake Elfstrom on Dec. 15. Courtesy of Marc La Pierre Photography http://marclapierre.photodeck.com

Bottom, from left, Redmond’s Jalen Lund, Phil Bury and Carson Bruener surround Liberty’s Jake Elfstrom on Dec. 15. Courtesy of Marc La Pierre Photography http://marclapierre.photodeck.com

Redmond’s Sami Castanos drives past Everett’s Amina Hussein. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond’s Sami Castanos drives past Everett’s Amina Hussein. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Liberty players try to stop Redmond’s Maclain Forseth. Courtesy of Marc La Pierre Photography http://marclapierre.photodeck.com

Liberty players try to stop Redmond’s Maclain Forseth. Courtesy of Marc La Pierre Photography http://marclapierre.photodeck.com

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