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March 11, 2009 at 3:39 PM

FINAL — Enumclaw boys 45, O’Dea 42

Final — Sean Jones had a game-high 20 points for O’Dea on 9-13 FG and added six rebounds. Dominic Ballard added 9 points, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks and 2 steals.

Enumclaw was led by Riley Carel’s 13 points. Tarren VanTrojen had 12 points, 7 rebounds. The Hornets shot just 12-44 FG (27.3%) but went 19-23 from the line — 11-12 in the second half.

O’Dea was just 5-9 from the line.

Final — Devante Williams misses a game-tying three-pointer with a couple seconds left. There was contact on the shot, but no foul was called. O’Dea gets the rebound but can’t get another shot up in time. Enumclaw escapes to the quarterfinals with a 45-42 win.

Final stats in a second.

0:13.2 4th qtr — O’Dea calls timeout with the ball, but trails 45-42.

0:24.8 4th qtr — Carel makes 2-2 FTs for Enumclaw, which leads 45-42.

0:29.9 4th qtr — O’Dea drives and misses on the other end. Enumclaw gets the rebound and calls timeout. Neither team has scored since the 3:08 mark. Hornets lead 43-42.

0:53.5 4th qtr — Enumclaw turns it over. O’Dea ball, down 43-42. Timeout.

1:21 4th qtr — A three-pointer by Devante Williams hits the back rim. Enumclaw gets in trouble on the other end and calls a timeout. Hornets lead 43-42.

2:11 4th qtr — O’Dea takes time out with the ball. They trail the Hornets 43-42.

2:57 4th qtr — VanTrojen and Jones exchange baskets. Enumclaw up 43-42.

4:09 4th qtr — Jayson Lewis with a couple FTs for Enumclaw, gives the Hornets a 41-40 lead, their first since early in the third quarter.

Halftime update from the girls: Lakeside leads Hazen 18-14.

5:36 4th qtr — Tarren VanTrojen completes a three-point play for the Hornets to cut the O’Dea lead to 38-37.

6:40 4th qtr — A couple FTs from Enumclaw from Carel makes it 36-34 Irish.

End of 3rd qtr — Dominic Ballard fouled as times expires in the quarter. O’Dea leads 36-32.

1:57 3rd qtr — O’Dea takes timeout in between Enumclaw free throws. Carel made the first and will shoot a second. Irish up 32-31.

2:37 3rd qtr — Dominic Ballard with a huge swat that fires up the Irish crowd. But the Hornets have the ball and trail 32-30.

3:47 3rd qtr — Man this game is flying by, with both teams racing up and down the court. Jones has six points in the quarter. Devante Williams goes to the line to extend the Irish lead to 32-27.

6:09 3rd qtr — Taylor Myers with the basket and foul for Enumclaw. He makes the free throw to give the Hornets a 25-24 lead.

Halftime — Sean Jones has a game-high 12 points to lead O’Dea. No one else has more than six points.

The Irish shot 10-20 FG, but the Hornets matched that by going 8-11 from the line — O’Dea shot 0-2 FTs.

Both teams have just four turnovers.

Halftime — We’re deadlocked at 22-22. Should be a competitive second half. Stats to come.

1:16 2nd qtr — A lay-up ben Ben Waters gives the Hornets back the lead. Enumclaw up 21-20.

2:08 2nd qtr — Both teams in a bit of a lull. The score is still 20-19 Irish.

4:44 2nd qtr — A deep three-pointer by Enumclaw’s Riley Carel stops an Irish run. The Hornets call a timeout immediately after, but trail 20-19.

6:09 2nd qtr — Jones back to the line. Makes 1-2. O’Dea leads 18-16.

7:24 2nd qtr — Sean Jones a basket and the foul. The senior forward has been very aggressive and effective so far for the Irish. Enumclaw leads 16-15.

Final score from the girls side: Kennedy 57, Hanford 44.

End of 1st qtr — Enumclaw leads 15-12 after the first period. O’Dea is looking to clinch the Metro League’s third seed in the quarterfinals.

2:01 1st qtr — Taylor Myers with a deep three-pointer for Enumclaw gives the Hornets a 11-10 lead.

4:51 1st qtr — Dominic Ballard hits a tough jumper, but on the other end Enumclaw’s Tarren VanTrojen hits a pair of FTs to tie the score at 6-6.

6:15 1st qtr — Back-to-back jumpers for O’Dea Sean Jones has the Irish up 4-0 early.

Pregame: About to get underway between the Irish and the Hornets.

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