Sports: Quilcene girls romp over Puget Sound Adventist

QUILCENE — Erin Burlingame sank 18 points and Blair Bloomfield was right behind with 16 to spark the Quilcene Rangers to an easy 54-31 romp over Puget Sound Adventist in a nonleague girls basketball game Monday night.

The Rangers, who improved to a solid 6-1 on the year, led 17-3 after one quarter and 28-14 at halftime and never looked back.

Quilcene outscored Puget Sound Adventist 26-17 in the second half.

“Their best player was sick,”‘ Quilcene coach Burton Babik said about the relatively easy win. “The coach’s daughter stayed home with the flu.”

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