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March 11, 2009 at 5:28 PM

FINAL — Bellevue boys 69, Foster 49

Final — Alex Schrempf had a game-high 28 points and eight rebounds to lead Bellevue. The 6-foot-5 senior forward shot 9-11 FG and 10-12 FT. Aaron Bright added 21 points and hit 4 three-pointers.

Bellevue shot 54.8% as a team and had 17 assists on 23 field goals.

Foster shot 35.7% from the field and was led by Cameron Faison’s 16 points on 8-14 FG.

Foster shot 6-14 FT. Bellevue 19-25 FT.

Final — Bellevue 69, Foster 49.

1:03 4th qtr — Bellevue going to finish this one out at the line. Wolverines up 67-49.

2:59 4th qtr — Faison with the bucket and a foul for Foster. Since the first quarter, the Bulldogs have matched Bellevue point for point. It’s 60-47 Bellevue.

4:12 4th qtr — Soto-Lopez with another three-pointer for the Bulldogs, but Schrempf responds with a lay-up. BHS 58-43.

5:38 4th qtr — Foster’s Travis Miller drives for a lay-up but comes down hard on his ankle. He’ll have it looked at. Wolverines up 54-40.

6:49 4th qtr — Fields splits a pair of FTs. It’s 52-36 Bellevue now.

End of 3rd qtr — Back-to-back putbacks by Bellevue’s Derrick Fields gives the Wolverines a 51-35 lead with a quarter to play.

Bright took over in the third and scored 10 of BHS’ first 12 points. He has 21 now.

1:12 3rd qtr — Foster won’t go away as Soto-Lopez scores five straight for the Bulldogs. The Bellevue lead is 45-35.

2:26 3rd qtr — Aaron Bright can flat out shoot the basketball. The 5-foot-11 junior guard just buries back-to-back shots from behind the arc to give Bellevue a 45-30 lead.

3:59 3rd qtr — Foster senior guard Travis Miller might have thrown down the dunk of the tournament so far with a one-handed slam in transition. Bellevue leads 37-30.

4:36 3rd qtr — Bulldogs senior Yasin Abdullahi to the line for the third time this quarter. Splits a pair. Makes it 35-28 Wolverines.

6:03 3rd qtr — Foster’s Refugio Soto-Lopez flashes a wide smile as finally one of his three-pointers goes down. Bellevue’s lead is cut to 33-27.

7:00 3rd qtr — Schrempf picks up two quick fouls in the quarter to give him three on the game. Foster splits a pair at the line. 33-23 Bellevue.

Halftime — Bellevue shot 9-16 FG (56.3%) and 13-17 FT (76.5%)

Foster shot 11-28 FG (39.3%) and 0-3 FT.

Halftime — Bellevue leads 33-22. Foster’s Faison had a lay-up trickle off the rim in what could have cut the lead to single digits. Schrempf has 16 points to lead the Wolverines.

Faison leads Foster with 10 points. More stats to come.

2:04 2nd qtr — Foster on a 8-1 run now to get back in it. Faison scored four and Ali Cortez the other four. Cuts the Bellevue lead to 30-22.

Final score from the girls: Lakeside 35, Hazen 32.

3:59 2nd qtr — Aaron Bright converts a three-point play, then finds a cutting Schrempf for the easy lay-up. Bellevue leads 29-14.

5:40 2nd qtr — A couple baskets for Foster’s Cameron Faison cuts the lead to 24-14.

6:32 2nd qtr — Cam Warren goes 1-2 from the line and Bellevue extends its lead to 24-10.

End of 1st qtr — Schrempf hits a jumper just before the buzzer to give him 11 points. Bellevue’s shots are falling and the Wolverines look very sharp, leading 21-8.

0:55.6 1st qtr — A couple free-throws gives Schrempf nine points and Bellevue is on a 9-0 run. Wolverines lead 19-6.

1:47 1st qtr — Schrempf with the lay-up, he has seven points now. Wolverines up 14-6.

2:59 1st qtr — Colton Christian skies high for a jumper, then Foster’s Cameron Faison gets a lay-up on the other end. Bellevue leads 10-6.

4:57 1st qtr — JJ Smith with the putback for Foster, Bulldogs trail 8-4, but have a much louder crowd.

6:25 1st qtr — Aaron Bright coolly strokes a three-pointer, we’ll see how he handles the Dome. Wolverines up 6-2.

7:12 1st qtr — Alex Schrempf attack the rim twice, both times drawing fouls on Foster’s starting big man, Darius Page. Schrempf hits 3-4 FTs and Bellevue leads 3-0.

Pregame: Player introductions going on right now. Tip-off in a couple minutes.

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