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Girls basketball: Wolves finish first half of league play undefeated

Senior Maile Keanu scored a game-high 20 points to lead South Kitsap’s girls basketball team to a 60-39 win Friday night against Mount Tahoma.

The Wolves (11-2 overall, 7-0 league) closed out the first half of Class 4A Narrows League play undefeated.

Keanu also added 12 rebounds and six assists, while classmate Ali Davis scored 12 points and had eight rebounds and six assists.

Ashley Keys scored 16 points to lead the Thunderbirds (7-5, 3-4).

At South Kitsap 60, Mount Tahoma 39

Mount Tahoma    8    14    4    13    —    39

South Kitsap        14    11    14    21    —    60

Mount Tahoma—Lopez 11, Keys 16, Davis 7, Lee 0, Chambers 2, Patu 4, Wright 2, Mamae 0.

South Kitsap—Darian Dickey 0, Amy Bakalarski 2, Ali Davis 12, Carly Bakalarski 0, Gabrielle Stewart 11, Courtney Conklin-Smith 2, Jackie Steiger 2, Taylor Sunkel 11, Maile Keanu 20, Rachel Rocconi 0, Hayley O’Dell 0.

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