KENMORE — MIa Huges scored a season-high 30 points and Woodinville rolled past Inglemoor 59-39 in Kenmore last night.
The win improves the Falcons to 19-0 with one regular-season game left on the schedule.
The Vikings were in the game for the first eight minutes, trailing 16-10 after the first quarter was in the books. But a 13-4 second-quarter run put Woodinville up top by double-digits at the half, 29-14.
The Falcons picked up where they left off first-half play, outscoring Inglemooor 15-8 in the third quarter to take complete control of the game.
Tatum Thompson finished with 10 points. Veronica Sheffey and Natalie Bright hit for 6 each.
Woodinville is on the verge of setting an all-time school record on the hardwood and will accomplish that task with a win over Newport at home Friday night.The games is scheduled for a 6:30 start.
The Falcons have qualified for postseason play, which gets underway Feb. 14.