Seattle Prep ends Redmond’s season at districts | Prep Girls Basketball

  • Tuesday, February 20, 2018 12:56pm
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Redmond High’s girls basketball season has come to an end.

Seattle Prep defeated the Mustangs, 48-45, on Saturday in the 3A SeaKing District 2 tournament at Bellevue College.

Teagyn Ohrt led Redmond (22-4) with 14 points, followed by Kiki Milloy with nine in the winner-to-regionals, loser-out game.

Redmond led 22-14 at halftime and 31-28 after three quarters.

In Friday’s loser-out game, Milloy led the way with 25 points in Redmond’s 69-53 victory over Bishop Blanchet at Sammamish High.

Also for Redmond against Blanchet, Britton Steckler tallied 12 points and Andrea Dang added 10.

Redmond led 32-20 at halftime.

OVERLAKE

King’s defeated Overlake’s boys, 71-67, on Feb. 14 in the 1A bi-district playoffs. The Owls finished their season with a 17-5 record.

Meridian beat Overlake’s girls, 68-40, on Feb. 15 in the bi-district playoffs. The locals ended their season with a 17-4 record.

Both games were winner-to-regionals contests.

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