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Girls basketball: Heritage 56, Battle Ground 50

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Katie Peneueta scored 24 points and Keanna Salavea added 16 to give the Timberwolves their first 4A GSHL victory.

Heritage coach Jacob Kaler praised his team’s ball security and limited turnovers that helped his team earn the win.

Peneueta added 11 rebounds, five assists and three blocks and Salavea added 14 rebounds and three blocks.

HERITAGE 56, BATTLE GROUND 50

BATTLE GROUND — Megan Geiger 15, Faith Prom 9, Marissa Maunu 6, Jenna Bergren 0, Mallory Meyer 6, Abby Beall 11, Arme 0, Lena Whitten 2, Emma Massie 0, Elizabeth Miller 0. Totals 18 (9) 5-10 50.

HERITAGE — Malyiah Thompson 2, Jaylani Calderon 3, Katie Peneueta 24, Cammy Wolff 2, Mariah Bibens 2, Victoria Males 0, Makenna Kelly 4, Keanna Salavea 16, Sarah Rosenbaum 3, Alex Rosenbaum 6, Austin Soule 4, Ryan Isam 0. Totals 28 (5) 5-15.

Battle Ground 13 6 14 17–50

Heritage 16 17 20 13–56

JV — Battle Ground won.

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