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January 15, 2009 at 10:26 AM

Thursday Morning Stars

1. Marcissa McMillan, Lindbergh, girls basketball. In a win against Evergreen, McMillan finished with 36 points, 21 rebounds and five blocks. The 6-2 center was a force.

2. Achoki Moikobu, Renton, boys basketball. With senior leader Derek Lowe being treated for an arm injury, Moikobu came through with 24 points to lead Renton to a 74-71 victory against previously unbeaten Foster.

3. Jarrell Banks, Mt. Rainier, boys basketball. Banks scored 27 points in a win against Highline, giving the senior 58 in his past two games.

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