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February 3, 2010 at 1:37 AM

Tuesday night’s high-school hoops highlights

Here is a look back at Tuesday’s high-school basketball action:

Sophomore guard Anrio Adams scored a season-high 28 points and Franklin shot .529 from the field in the first half on the way to an 86-66 boys basketball rout of fifth-ranked Seattle Prep Tuesday night.

The Quakers hit 18 of 34 shots as they raced to a 51-34 halftime lead.

Adams, a 5-foot-10 guard who missed Franklin’s last game because of the flu, also had seven rebounds. Juwuan Buchanan, a 6-4 post, dominated inside with 15 points, 16 rebounds and eight blocks for Franklin.

The victory clinched the Metro League Valley Division title for the Quakers (8-9, 8-4). The defending Class 3A state champions were coming off consecutive losses to Rainier Beach, Bainbridge and Chief Sealth that had dropped their record under .500.

Seattle Prep (14-4, 12-2) had an eight-game winning streak snapped. The Panthers had not lost since Dec. 29, to 4A Bellarmine Prep of Tacoma. D.J. Fenner, a 6-5 freshman, scored 27 points for Seattle Prep, which had previously clinched the Metro Mountain crown.

Other boys highlights

— Top-ranked Federal Way (17-1, 14-0) stayed perfect in the SPSL North with an 80-42 win over Kent-Meridian as Cole Dickerson scored 25 to lead four Eagles in double figures.

Jerron Smith had 25 points, Jordan McCloud collected 19 points and 14 rebounds and Terrell Williams added 17 points, five assists, five steals and five rebounds as Decatur tripped Beamer 70-59 in the SPSL South. Kevin Davis scored 29 for the Titans.

— Third-ranked Curtis got 32 points on 13-of-18 shooting by 5-11 guard Dominique Williams in an 84-59 SPSL South victory over Spanaway Lake.

Cole Wiper had 26 points and Newport survived 28 by Dallas Searles of Lake Washington in an 89-86 overtime KingCo 4A victory.

Shane Kaska, a 6-3 senior, matched his season high with 33 points as Lake Stevens (14-4, 13-1) strengthened its grip on the WesCo North lead with a 69-64 win over Cascade. Kaska, averaging 20.1 points, has reached double digits in 16 of 18 games.

— Fourth-ranked Jackson (16-1, 14-1 WesCo South) won its eighth straight, 73-51 over Lynnwood despite 19 points and 13 rebounds by the Royals’ Simi Fajemisin. Marshall Massengale scored 23 and Brett Kingma 20 for the Timberwolves.

Isaiah Clevenger drove the length of the floor for the winning pull-up jumper with time running out in overtime, capping a 22-point night as Shorecrest upset Meadowdale 56-55 in the WesCo South. Meadowdale is ranked seventh in 3A.

Will Dilorio, a 6-5 senior guard, scored 23 of his season-high 29 points in the second half and finished with 15 rebounds and 7 steals in Bainbridge’s 66-55 Metro win over Bishop Blanchet.

— Rainier Beach (14-3, 12-0 Metro Sound), ranked second in 3A, outscored Eastside Catholic 30-6 in the second quarter on the way to an 85-51 romp.

Keon Lewis scored 18 points as Chief Sealth knocked off 10th-ranked O’Dea 59-50 in the Metro League. The Seahawks have lost only once since Dec. 30.

— Enumclaw (17-0, 13-0), the state’s top-ranked 3A team, led 17-2 after one quarter and got 19 points from Riley Carel in a 74-38 SPSL 3A victory over Auburn Mountainview.

— Stanford-bound guard Aaron Bright got 18 of his 34 points in the third quarter and hit five-three-pointers in third-ranked Bellevue’s 66-49 KingCo 3A/2A win over Mercer Island.

Girls highlights

Mercedes Wetmore had 22 points and top-ranked Auburn Riverside (19-0, 15-0) stayed unbeaten with a 63-49 SPSL North win at Kentlake.

— Archbishop Murphy (13-2, 9-0) took command of the Cascade Conference race, beating second-place Sultan 72-49 behind Savannah Fletcher’s 17 points and Shelby Lyman’s 15.



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