Lady Falcons streak hits 14 in a row, 2 games remain, travel to Inglemoor tonight
* Update to the Jan. 19 post Win streak hits 12, travel to Newport tonight
After defeating the Sumner Stingrays 52-42 on Jan. 16, the Woodinville Lady Falcons varsity basketball team continued their win streak with two decisive road wins over Newport and Bothell High Schools.
The victories marked the 14th win in a row and improved their overall record to 17-1. Woodinville currently sits atop of the KingCo. 4A conference with a 11-0 record and are ranked No. 1 in the state of Washington by the WIAA.
63-49 win at Bothell | Jan. 20
The Falcons played four solid quarters against the Lady Cougars, escaping with a 14-point conference victory at Bothell. At the half, Woodinville led 32-20. They outscored Bothell 31-29 in the second half to secure the road win.
Jaecy Eggers led Woodinville with 19 points, 19 rebounds and three blocked shots. The junior center is shooting 49% from the field and is second on the team with 15.1 points per game. Her 183 rebounds and 51 blocked shots leads the team.
Brooke Beresford added 15 points and eight assists. The senior guard leads the team with 16.1 points per game and is shooting 39% from behind the arc. She also leads the team with 101 assists and 43 steals.
Freshman Jazlyn Wilkerson scored 11 points. She led the team with three steals.
Freshman Lyla Kahrimanovic added 10 points on the Cougars. She is averaging 13.2 points a game and is third on the team in rebounds and second in assists and steals.
73-53 win at Newport | Jan. 18
The Falcons jumped out early and never looked back against the Newport Lady Knights. At the end of the first quarter, Woodinville held a 26-9 lead. Newport would make a run at the Falcons in the second quarter, closing the Woodinville lead to 36-30 at the half.
Woodinville opened the third quarter with 21 points to the Knights’ 10, putting the game out of reach as the fourth quarter began. The Lady Falcons outscored the Knights 16-13 in the fourth, ending the game with a 20-point road victory.
Eggers led Woodinville with 21 points and 12 rebounds. She added three assists and two blocked shots.
Beresford added 19 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and two steals.
Kahrimanovic dropped 19 points on the Knights, including 11 rebounds, five assists and two steals.
Junior Hailey Quiggle added four steals.
52-42 win over Sumner | Jan. 16, 2023
The Stingrays kept pace with the Falcons in the first quarter, scoring nine points and ending the quarter trailing 10-9. In the second, the Falcons got moving, scoring 14 points while holding Sumner to six. At the half, Woodinville led 24-15.
The Falcons came out in the third quarter scoring, dropping 20 points, while holding the Stingrays to 10. After three periods, Woodinville led 44-25.
In the fourth quarter, Sumner made a run with 17 points to the Falcons’ eight, but fell short in the 52-42 loss.
Beresford led Woodinville with 15 points. She also grabbed 15 rebounds and added four assists and three steals.
Kahrimanovic and Eggers each scored 11 points. Kahrimanovic led the team with 17 rebounds. Eggers grabbed 14 boards and blocked five shots.
Woodinville had 12 steals and six blocked shots.
72-42 home win over Skyline | Jan. 14, 2023
The Falcons jumped out to an early lead versus Skyline, scoring 38 first half points while holding Skyline to 17. Woodinville added 19 third quarter points, along with 15 in the fourth, to defeat Skyline 72-44 in the conference win.
Eggers led Woodinville with 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds.
Beresford led Woodinville with 14 rebounds. She scored nine points, along with three assists, two steals and one blocked shot.
Kahrimanovic added 13 points, eight rebounds and five assists. She also blocked four shots.
Woodinville had 11 team steals and blocked eight shots.
58-54 home win versus Eastlake | Jan. 11, 2023
Woodinville and Eastlake, two of the top teams in the state, went head-to-head last week in a non-conference matchup.
Woodinville found themselves in new territory against Eastlake, ending the half down by three points, 28-31. In the third, the Falcons jumped out to a 48-46 heading into the final quarter. The Falcons held on, defeating the Wolves 58-54.
Beresford led Woodinville with 17 points, nine rebounds and five assists.
Eggers added 11 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots.
The Falcons traveled to Inglemoor High School on Jan. 25 and Redmond High School on Jan. 27. Game results were not available at time of press.
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