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February 10, 2009 at 10:33 AM

Tuesday Morning Stars

1. Sarah Anderegg, Interlake, girls basketball. Anderegg scored 31 for Interlake, which came up just short in a fourth-quarter rally and lost 65-63 to Juanita.

2. Connor Hamlett, Meadowdale, boys basketball. Hamlett, also a football player, led the 10th-ranked Mavericks with 25 points in a 63-51 victory against Lynnwood.

3. Alex Haggard, Edmonds-Woodway, boys basketball. With seven seconds left, Haggard made a pair of free-throws — “Onions!” Bill Raftery would say — to give the Warriors a 64-63 victory against Glacier Peak.

TONIGHT’S BIG GAME

No. 1 Federal Way vs. No. 2 Kentwood, boys basketball, 8 p.m. at Auburn. After splitting in the regular season and tying for the SPSL North title, the top two teams in Class 4A will decide the top seed in the division. The winner plays Decatur for the SPSL’s top spot in the West Central District tournament.

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