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February 18, 2009 at 11:03 AM

Wednesday Morning Stars

1. Tony Wroten, Garfield, boys basketball. Wroten, a 6-foot-5 sophomore, scored 26 points in a win over Woodinville. Meanwhile, Redmond pulled off a comeback against Roosevelt for a 42-41 win. That sets up a semifinal between Garfield and Redmond, the two teams involved in the chaotic scene two weeks ago, when a Redmond fan stormed out of the stands and hit a Garfield player. But the game is really important because of the basketball: the winner goes to state.

2. Peyton Siva, Franklin, boys basketball. How’s this for a Metro League tournament line: 23 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, three steals. The No. 1 Quakers move on to face Rainier Beach in the championship game on Friday night at Ballard.

3. Orlie Golan, Northwest Yeshiva, girls basketball. Golan had an intriguing double-double Tuesday: 29 points and 10 steals in a victory against Callam Bay in the Northwest Tri-District 1B tournament.

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