Photo Gallery: Waitsburg-Prescott girls stumble at regional

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Looking for a teammate to pass to, W-P's Hailey Goenen (12) finds herself linking arms with White Swan's Jasmine Pruneda (11).

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W-P's Genesis Pearson (40) finds herself all stuffed up and fouled by a trio of White Swan defenders during the first half of their regional playoff game Friday night at Universtiy High School in Spokane, WA.

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W-P's Genesis Pearson (4) struggles as her attempted shot is blocked by White Swan's Kassie Espindola (20) during the first half of their game.

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Minutes later the bench reacts as White Swan continues to expand their lead in the closing minutes of the game and the realization of their loss begins to sink in.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's bench errupts as a shot drops in and the team attempts to inch back toward White Swan during the second-half of their game.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's Alyssa Hafen (14) struggles for posession of the ball with White Swan player.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's Ronnie Hulce (22) scrambles for the ball as she realizes she has just lost posession of the ball to White Swan's Jasmine Pruneda (11).

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Under pressure, Waitsburg-Prescott's Kayla Huxol (13) eyes the right angle to get a pass off to a teammate under the basket.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's Megan Withers (30) is hassled under very tight full-court defensive pressure from White Swan during their game Friday night.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's Kristin Potter (3) grimmaces as she is sent to the floor between the defensive pilars of White Swan's Amber Jones (44) and Evelyn Hawk (5).

SPOKANE - A swarming, attacking and aggressive pack of Cougars dropped Waitsburg-Prescott from the unbeaten ranks here at University High School Friday night in a Class 2B girls basketball regional championship game.

White Swan's pressing, trapping defense forced 27 W-P turnovers that led to 25 Cougar points. The Cougars also hit three of their six treys in a decisive 19-8 fourth-quarter run and White Swan (19-5) advanced to the 2B state quarterfinals with a 75-53 win.

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