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January 5, 2011 at 10:35 AM

A look back at boys hoops highlights from Tuesday night

Here is my story from second-ranked Kentridge’s 61-51 victory over seventh-ranked Auburn on Tuesday.

Here is a look at the rest of Tuesday’s action:

Kent-Meridian 47, Kentwood 42

D’Juan Miller scored 11 points and Tyree Bagley finished with 10, helping Kent-Meridian knock off third-ranked Kentwood. It was just the second loss of the season for the Conquerors.

Taylor Jones scored a game-high 13 points for Kentwood.

Clover Park 56, Franklin Pierce 54

Franklin Pierce came back from a 10-point deficit with three minutes left and took a two-point lead with just over a minute on the clock.

Clover Park’s Tana Pritchard drove and made an athletic shot above the rim to tie the game at 54. The Warriors rebounded Franklin Pierce’s next miss and freshman Ahmaad Rorie hit a floater with three seconds left seconds left.

Pritchard then blocked Tre Benton’s 15-foot attempt at the buzzer to seal the win. Pritchard finished with 19 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks.

Curtis 77, Emerald Ridge 41

— Curtis’ DaVonte Lacy finished with 19 points, 11 steals, seven rebounds and seven assists.

Lake Washington 79, Liberty 73 (2 OT)

— Lake Washington’s Matt Staudacher hit a three-point runner at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. After both teams only scored two points in the first overtime, the Kangaroos outscored Liberty, 9-3, in the second extra period.

Seven players scored in double figures in the game, including four for Liberty — Chandler Jenkins (19), Tynan Gilmore (18), Kylan Marlow (13), and Jake Bainton (12).

Staudacher scored a game-high 33 points, while Kramer Taylor (18) and Guy Lynott (14) also contributed double figures for Lake Washington.

Lindbergh 71, Kennedy Catholic 60

— Kennedy Catholic’s Mitch Penner finished with 31 points and 12 rebounds, but the Lancers fell to Lindbergh.

Skyline 68, Ballard 60 (OT)

— Ballard’s Salim Gloyd finished with 29 points and 10 rebounds in an overtime loss to Skyline. Gloyd now has eight double-doubles this season.

Bryan Cikatz and Will Parker each scored 21 for the Spartans.

Newport 62, Bothell 57

Cole Wiper scored 18 and Isaac Dotson added 16, leading Newport past Bothell.

Prince Lacey scored 24 and Zach Lavine had 22 for the Cougars.

Garfield 89, Issaquah 55

Tony Wroten Jr. scored a game-high 29 points as Garfield cruised past Issaquah. Nick Price led the Eagles with 22.

Woodinville 81, Eastlake 63

Tony Montano scored a game-high 21 points in Woodinville’s win.

Puyallup 75, Graham-Kapowsin 41

Dom Holub led the Vikings with 18 points.

Rogers 67, Federal Way 52

Derek Jobe scored 24, helping Rogers knock off Federal Way. Jerry Duckworth scored 25 for Federal Way.

Tahoma 66, Jefferson 62

Christian Behrens dropped a game-high 24 points.

Jackson 82, Snohomish 45

Brett Kingma only needed three quarters to score 31 points for the Timberwolves.

Bellevue 61, Mount Si 55

— Four Bellevue players finished in double-figures Will Locke (17), Nate Sikma (14), Kendrick Van Ackeren (14) and Cole Walton (10).

Dallas Smith scored a game-high 24 points for Mount Si.

Juanita 58, Sammamish 54

Kellen Gildersleves (14), Ty Eng (10) and Nicola Stanjik (10) all scored in double-figures as Juanita upset No. 9 Sammamish.

O’Dea 89, Bainbridge 74

Dustin Watts and Sekou Wiggs each scored 21 points for O’Dea, while Bainbridge’s Chris Bell finished with a game-high 27.

Seattle Prep 78, Cleveland 65

— Seattle Prep’s Mitch Brewe continued his scoring tear, dropping a game-high 30 points for the Panthers.

Rainier Beach 86, West Seattle 47

Lavell White finished with 27 points, while Hikeem Stewart added 20 for the Vikings.

Franklin 53, Bishop Blanchet 52

Anddrew Hawkins scored 15 and Jalen Flowers added 14 as Franklin edged Bishop Blanchet.

Joe Throckmorton finished with 20 for Blanchet.

Decatur 76, Peninsula 25

Dom Hunter scored 27 and Jerron Smith added 21 for Decatur.

Glacier Peak 59, Shorewood 44

Payton Pervier had 21 and Dylan Vargas added 20 in the Grizzlies’ win.

Josh Hawkinson scored 26 for Shorewood.



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