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February 27, 2010 at 12:14 AM

Friday night’s high-school hoops highlights

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


VANCOUVER — State tournaments are getting to be old hat for the Foster Bulldogs.

Darius Page had 34 points as the Tukwila school qualified for the third consecutive year with 71-56 boys basketball victory over Hudson’s Bay Friday night in the West Central/Southwest 3A bi-district tournament.

Foster went 2-2 and placed eighth in the Class 3A state tournament last year, and went to the 2A tourney the two previous years.

This year’s 3A tournament is March 10-13 at the Tacoma Dome.

Page, a 6-foot-8 senior, also grabbed 13 rebounds. His point total was a season high.

TreVaunte Williams, a 6-4 freshman, added 14 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks for the Bulldogs (16-6), who meet top-ranked Enumclaw at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the ShoWare Center in Kent in the bi-district semifinals.

Lakes will play Union at 6 p.m. in the other semifinal.

West Central/Southwest 3A bi-district

Union 92, Kennedy Catholic 79 (winner to state)

At Auburn Riverside, Union of Vancouver raced to a 56-26 halftime lead to nail down a state-tournament spot. Deshea Bell scored 28 and Mitch Penner 20 for the Lancers, who face Franklin Pierce Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Clover Park in a winner-to-state, loser-out game.

Enumclaw 56, Capital 36 (winner to state)

At Auburn High School, the top-ranked Hornets bolted to an 18-8 first-quarter lead and were never threatened against No. 6 Capital of Olympia. Tarren VanTrojen had 18 points and Riley Carel 15 for Enumclaw.

Lakes 78, Bremerton 68 (winner to state)

At Clover Park, fourth-ranked Lakes advanced to state with a victory.

Renton 55, Clover Park 49 (loser out)

At Auburn High School, the Indians scratched out an early lead and held on to keep their state-tournament hopes alive. Hanley Shum had 15 points, Darrin Briggs 13 and Achoki Moikobu 12 for Renton, which meets Capital of Olympia at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Auburn High in a loser-out game for a state berth.

At Mount Rainier 58, Timberline 45 (loser out)

The Rams finished a roller-coaster second half by outscoring the Blazers 24-9 in the fourth quarter. Timberline had taken a two-point lead with an 18-5 third-quarter run. Cameron Harris led Mount Rainier with 18 points. Mount Rainier plays Hudson’s Bay of Vancouver at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Auburn in a winner-to-state, loser-out game.

Northwest 3A District

Shorecrest 66, Everett 48 (loser out)

At Glacier Peak, Isaiah Clevenger’s 23 points led the Scots past the Seagulls. Shorecrest plays Mount Vernon in another loser-out game Monday.

Lynnwood 54, Sedro-Woolley 32 (loser out)

At Glacier Peak, the Royals stayed alive behind Simi Fajemisin’s 21 points and advanced to another loser-out game Monday against Ferndale.

Northwest 2A District

Mount Baker 57, at Archbishop Murphy 52

Mount Baker knocked Archbishop Murphy into the loser’s bracket and advanced to a winner-to-state district semifinal game. Casey Wagner scored 16 and Jerad McCann 14 for the Wildcats, who play South Whidbey Tuesday in a loser-out game.

Lynden 61, at Cedarcrest 40

The seventh-ranked Lions stopped the Red Wolves of Duvall to reach Monday’s district semifinal game against Squalicum for a state berth.

At Squalicum 91, Lakewood 45

The Storm from Bellingham, ranked No. 1 in the state, showed why as they rolled into the district semis. Squalicum plays Lynden for a state berth on Monday.

At Burlington-Edison 84, South Whidbey 63

The No. 3-ranked Tigers rolled into the tournament semifinals by beating South Whidbey.

West Central 2A District

At Fife 61, Interlake 52 (loser out)

Fifth-ranked Fife built a 54-28 lead before the Saints closed the gap in the fourth quarter. The Trojans advance to a Tuesday district semifinal against Kingston at Foss High School.


West Central/Southwest 3A Bi-District Tournament

Mount Rainier 56, Camas 51

Marisa Blair and Maylynn Mitchell each scored 16 in Mount Rainier’s victory over Camas.

Yelm 48, Renton 47

Amanda Rogers scored 15 points for Renton, but the Indians fell to Yelm.



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