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Originally published Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 5:17 PM

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Eatonville outlasts Tumwater in 2A tourney

Becca Shrimpsher scored 15 points to lead ninth-ranked Eatonville past Tumwater 60-50 on Wednesday in the first round of the Class 2A girls state tournament.

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YAKIMA, Wash. —

Becca Shrimpsher scored 15 points to lead ninth-ranked Eatonville past Tumwater 60-50 on Wednesday in the first round of the Class 2A girls state tournament.

Her putback with 4:01 to play put the Cruisers (20-3) up 49-48 and gave them the lead for good after Tumwater rallied back from a 10-point deficit midway through the third quarter.

Schrimpsher's basket started a 13-2 Eatonville charge that closed the scoring. Hayley Hancock chipped in 14 points for the Cruisers.

Haley VanderHazel scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds for Tumwater (14-10). Mackenzie Cooper added 10 points and nine rebounds.

Schrimpsher pulled down 14 rebounds for the Cruisers, who outrebounded Tumwater 43-38.

Eatonville hit 21 of 33 free throws, including 8 of 13 by Hancock and 7 of 8 by Kristin Schaub, while Tumwater made just 4 of 11 free-throw attempts.

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