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February 23, 2010 at 11:16 PM

Tuesday night’s high-school hoops highlights

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

D.J. Fenner scored seven points in overtime as Seattle Prep survived an upset bid by visiting Lakeside for a 62-58 victory Tuesday night in a loser-out opener of the Sea-King 3A District boys basketball tournament.

Fenner, a 6-foot-5 freshman, scored 20 of his 25 points in the second half and overtime for Seattle Prep.

Julian Mason’s layup for the Panthers with two seconds left in regulation sent the game to overtime.

Seattle Prep (17-6) avoided elimination and advanced to the tournament quarterfinals and matchup with third-ranked Bellevue at 8:15 p.m. Friday at Bellevue College.

Outside shooting kept Lakeside in the game. The Lions (9-13) connected on 6 of 9 three-point attempts in the second half.

Other Sea-King 3A games

At Franklin 104, Ingraham 47 (loser out)

Sophomore guard Anrio Adams continued his string of big late-season games with 32 points, five rebounds and three steals as the defending state champ Quakers ended the Rams’ season. Adams is averaging 26.7 points in his past seven games. No. 10 Franklin (13-10) plays ninth-ranked Mount Si at 4:45 p.m. Thursday at Bellevue College.

At Sammamish 67, Bainbridge 64 (loser out)

The Totems built a huge early lead, then held on to finish the Spartans’ season. John Steinberg scored 17 for Sammamish, which led 24-9 after one quarter and 43-22 at halftime. Will Dilorio’s 20 points led Bainbridge. The Totems (15-9) meet eighth-ranked Chief Sealth at 4:45 p.m. Friday at Bellevue College.

West Central 4A District

Lincoln 57, Decatur 49

At the ShoWare Center in Kent, the Abes advanced to the district championship game by beating the No. 10 Gators. Both teams had already qualified for state. Jerron Smith scored a team-high 19 for Decatur (16-9), which plays Wilson at 5 p.m. Friday at the ShoWare Center to decide the district’s No. 3 and No. 6 seeds to state.

Federal Way 67, Wilson 47

At the ShoWare Center, top-ranked Federal Way raced to an 18-point halftime lead to power into the district championship game against Lincoln. Four Eagles scored in double figures. Federal Way (23-1) and Lincoln meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the ShoWare Center in a game for the district’s No. 1 and No. 2 state-tournament seeds.

Auburn 63, Puyallup 57 (loser out)

At Foss, the Trojans led 23-4 after one quarter, but had to hold off a second-half Puyallup comeback bid to keep their state-tournament hopes alive. Kevin Henderson scored 18 for Auburn (15-9), which plays Gig Harbor Friday in a winner-to-state, loser-out game for the district’s fifth berth to state. Puyallup (18-7) was eliminated with back-to-back losses to Wilson and Auburn.

Click here for a story on Kentwood’s victory over Kentridge.

Click here for a story on Beamer’s miracle finish.

Northwest 3A District

At Meadowdale 59, Sedro-Woolley 33

Connor Hamlett, a 6-7 senior center with a football scholarship to Oregon State, scored a game-high 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Meadowdale advanced to the district semifinals. The seventh-ranked Mavericks meet Mount Vernon at 8 p.m. Thursday at Glacier Peak.

At Mount Vernon 72, Lynnwood 66, OT

Mount Vernon overcame 23 points by Anthony Edwards and 22 by Simi Fajemisin of the Royals for a first-round tournament win. Jake Weber-Koetje scored 26 for the Bulldogs. Lynnwood (10-13) plays Sedro-Woolley in a loser-out game Friday.

At Glacier Peak 74, Everett 38

The balanced Grizzlies from Snohomish were in control from the start and rolled into the district semifinals. Unranked Glacier Peak (17-5), which has won nine straight since a loss to Meadowdale, hosts Ferndale Thursday at 6 p.m.

At Ferndale 63, Shorecrest 62

Shorecrest missed a final shot and lost an ensuing jump ball because Ferndale had the possession arrow, knocking the Scots into the loser’s bracket. Jordan Brown scored 22 and Isaiah Clevenger 21 for Shorecrest (14-8), which faces Everett (3-19) Friday in a loser-out contest. Jeff Frost scored 19 and Nick Morris 17 for the Golden Eagles.

Tri-District 2B

Bear Creek 60, Life Christian 46

At Chief Leschi, Jamie Meyer scored 28 points, Lucas Peterson added 15 and the Grizzlies (22-1), ranked No. 1 in the state, overcame a slow start to advance to Saturday’s tournament championship game.


KingCo 4A Tournament

Click here for tourney story.

Sea-King 3A District Tournament

Kimberly Baba scored 21 points, helping Juanita edge Franklin, 45-44.

Gabby Evans finished with 24 points in Nathan Hale’s 61-53 win over Mount Si.

Northwest 4A District Tournament

MARYSVILLE — Ginnie Wilson had 17 points and Kaiti Ferro scored 11 fourth-quarter points as Arlington kept its girls basketball season alive with a 60-56 win over Monroe Tuesday night at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.

The Eagles (13-10) ended the Bearcats’ season and advanced to a winner-to-state, loser-out game Friday against Edmonds-Woodway for the Northwest 4A District’s third state berth.

Suzannah Ohlsen scored 22 for Monroe, which finished 17-6.

Edmonds-Woodway overpowered Shorewood 50-28 despite trailing after one quarter. The Warriors went on a 19-0 run in the second quarter to take command. Angela Woods‘ 14 points led ninth-ranked E-W (21-2).



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