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March 9, 2010 at 8:31 PM

3A boys basketball Day 1 updates

As each game ends in the 3A state tournament, I will post short recaps on what happened. If you want more game detail, follow the live chat we will run through every game each day. If you just want scores, check out my Twitter feed @masonkelley.

Here is the lineup for Day 1, which starts Wednesday morning.

Glacier Peak 59, Franklin Pierce 45

The Grizzlies wasted little time making a good impression at the 3A state tournament, knocking off Franklin Pierce in their first state appearance.

Jack Bonner had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Grizzlies, while Brandon Hill scored 16. Peyton Pervier finished with eight points, six rebounds and nine blocked shots.

Jamar Murray scores 16 points and was 4 of 5 from the three-point line for Franklin Pierce. Isaiah Hamlin scored 11 for the Cardinals.

Lakes 79, Franklin 66

Andre Winston Jr. took over right away for Lakes, leading the Lancers past Franklin in the first round.

Winston Jr. finished with 29 points, while his brother, Isaac, had 15 points and nine rebounds.

Anrio Adams led Franklin with 23 points and eight rebounds, while Juwuan Buchanan added 18 points and seven rebounds for the Quakers.

Rainier Beach 67, Bremerton 63

Jaamon Echols was one of four Rainier Beach players to finish in double figures, leading the Vikings into the quarterfinals of the 3A state tournament.

Echols finished with 12 points and hit 6 of 8 free throws, while Lonnie Pearson and Jeff Person each scored 10 and Joseph Stroud added 11.

Jarell Flora, who will play for Seattle U next year, scored 30 for the Knights while Cameron Dollar looked on.

Andre Coleman, who is Marvin Williams’ cousin, hit four three-pointers for Bremerton.

Union 63, North Central 54

Chris Morgan scored 21 points and Caleb Whalen added 12 to lead Union past North Central and into the quarterfinals.

Lucas Evans scored 11 and Brandon Olsen, Isaiah Antoine and Jonathon Smith each scored nine for the Indians.

Enumclaw 49, Meadowdale 43

After trailing by at many as 19 points, Meadowdale made a late push, but top-ranked Enumclaw was able to hold on and advance to the quarterfinals.

Tarren VanTrojen had 16 points and six rebounds, while Taylor Myers added 14 for the Hornets.

Connor Hamlett finished with 18 points and 15 rebounds for the Mavericks and Riley Neff-Warner added 12.

Bellevue 50, Foster 34

Bellevue overcame a rough first half, but responded in the second to knock off Foster and advance to the quarterfinals.

Evian Richard scored 12 points, Aaron Bright had 11 and Nate Sikma finished with eight points and seven rebounds.

Darius Page finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds for Foster.

Shadle Park 72, Renton 62

Renton battled back from a 32-point deficit to cut Shadle Park’s lead to just six late, but the Highlanders hung on.

Achoki Moikobu scored 22 for the Indians, while Justin Bennett added 10.

Robby Douglas and Brett Boese scored 16 points for Shadle Park.

O’Dea 77, Mount Rainier 61

O’Dea continues to be one of the hottest teams in the state, knocking off Mount Rainier to advance to the quarterfinals.

Devante Williams finished with 20 points, six rebounds. He was 4 of 7 from the three-point line. He also hit all six of his free throws.

Dustin Watts scored 17 and also had six rebounds for the Irish.

Cameron Harris 22 for Mount Rainier, while Bryce McPhee scored 15.



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