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January 29, 2009 at 10:20 AM

Thursday Morning Stars

1. Lynsey Sandum, Inglemoor, girls basketball. In a 15-point victory against Sklyine, Sandum was the Vikings’ only scorer in double digits with 27 points.

2. Antonio Gonzales, Kennedy, boys basketball. Kennedy edged Evergreen 77-75 last night, and the Lancers had Gonzalez’s 27 points and 16 rebounds — not to mention the winning 2-foot buzzer-beater — to thank for it.

3. Airashay Rogers, Hazen, girls basketball. Rogers scored 27 points, with 11 rebounds, in leading Hazen to a 78-56 win against Tyee.

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