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February 13, 2009 at 11:19 AM

Friday Morning Stars

1. Tanner Riley, Mount Si, boys basketball. At halftime, the KingCo 4A’s leading scorer had just four points and two charging fouls he wasn’t too happy with. But once he calmed down, he scored 24 after halftime and led the Wildcats to a 64-62 overtime win against Mercer Island. The two teams play again Saturday in the tie-breaker game.

2. Erin Feeney, Jackson, girls basketball. Feeney scored 27 points to lead Jackson to an 84-66 victory against Kamiak. Jackson finished in a three-way tie for first in the WesCo South with Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale.

3. Najee Ali, Rainier Beach, boys basketball. With its two Division I signees — Aaron Dotson and D’Vonne Pickett — out with injuries, Beach needed a huge game from Ali and got one. He had 25 points and 21 rebounds to lead Beach to a 70-54 win against West Seattle that forced a tie with Bainbridge in the Metro Sound.

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