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January 31, 2009 at 11:24 AM

Saturday Morning Stars

1. Josh Smith, Kentwood, boys basketball. Hard to ignore this: 43 points and 21 rebounds in a huge 62-60 victory against Kentridge at the ShoWare center. With 83 points in two games this week, Smith has become the area’s leading scorer with 27.7 points per game.

2. Jake Swartz, Auburn, boys wrestling. Swartz recorded a 49-second pin at 189 pounds Friday to improve to 25-1 on the season (137-12 in his four years of high school). But it was Tahoma who won the dual meet and won the SPSL North title.

3. Spencer Elwell, Marysville-Pilchuck, boys basketball. Elwell, a lanky 6-foot-8 center, scored 29 points in a Marysville-Pilchuck win against Arlington, and he added 14 points and six blocks.

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