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February 2, 2011 at 10:57 AM

Some girls basketball highlights from Tuesday night

We have a nice roundup of several girls basketball games from Tuesday night on our website. If you missed it, you can find it here.

But there were plenty of other games played, and I’ll catch you up with some other highlights, starting with the SPSL 4A:

Kentwood 79, Kent-Meridian 38

The Conquerors bounced back from Saturday’s North Division loss to Mount Rainier as four players scored in double figures, led by Liz Mills with 21. Courtney Johnson had 15, while Kylie Huerta and Jenny Johnson each hit 12. For K-M, Aubreyana Anderson and Willa Brown matched 11s.

Auburn 52, Kentridge 36

Isia Johnson led a balanced attack with 11 points and the Trojans were in front 26-13 by halftime.

Jefferson 58, Tahoma 48 (OT)

The Raiders kept up with Auburn in the chase for the fifth and final playoff spot with the minor upset of fourth-place Tahoma, outscoring the Bears 10-0 in overtime. Four TJ players wound up in double digits — Keryn Knight (14), Lexi Goranson (13), Christy Kullberg (12) and Jada Piper (10). Tahoma got 14 points from Katie Buskey and 12 from Jordan Eberhardt.

Emerald Ridge 58, Curtis 30

Charleen Pleasance put up 17 points as the Jaguars, who were up 20-6 after one quarter, cruised to the SPSL South victory. Taylor Buie added 10 and Jadea Brundeidge 10. For Curtis, Chloe Roisum scored 11.

Puyallup 40, Graham-Kapowsin 32

Lazara Balcena (20) and Mackenzie Sheehan (12) paced the Vikings. Winona Vili had 12 for G-K.

Stanwood 52, Marysville-Pilchuck 49 (OT)

The Spartans held on to a piece of second place in the WesCo North with Monroe at 9-5 and pushed M-P (8-6) into fourth as 6-foot junior Paisley Heckman put together 21 points and 14 rebounds. Dacia Heckendorf paced the Tomahawks with 17 points, while Emily Enberg added 11.

Lake Stevens 62, Monroe 41

Brooke Pahukoa popped in 20 points, while Katie Goddard added 15 and Abby Molstre 13 as the Vikings clinched the North title. Suzanna Ohlsen scored 17 for Monroe.

Snohomish 60, Arlington 55

Julie Young (18) and Kristina Bride (17) combined for more than half of the Panthers’ points. For Arlington, Megan Abdo hit for 12.

Kamiak 62, Mariner 25

This was just the third league win of the season for the Knights, but clinched third place in the WesCo South and a playoff berth. Lexi Burns led the way with 16 points, while Kate Blackwell chipped in 12 and Laurenna Plourd 10. Kelsey Laush accounted for 10 of Mariner’s points.

Mercer Island 61, Interlake 28

Once 3-5 in the KingCo 3A/2A, the Islanders won their fifth straight to pull within a half game of third place behind Liberty as Hailey Gullstad tossed in 17 points and Jae Shin added 12. Interlake got 11 from Marta Mueller.

Juanita 81, Sammamish 9

The Rebels moved a step closer to the KingCo 3A/2A title, thanks in part to Bellevue’s upset victory over Mount Si, shutting the Totems out in both the first and third quarters. Kate Cryderman led a trio of Juanita players in double figures with 20, followed by Taylor Paddock (14) and Tayler Lloyd (11).

Renton 53, Evergreen 37

Taylor Farris and Priscilla Tuiasosopo each scored 14 to key the Seamount League win. Evergreen’s Pulemau Savusa notched a game-high 15.

Lakes 70, Decatur 30

Stevonna Scott went off for 25 points, while Tyanna Barton and Aubre Mitchell put up a pair of 14s in the SPSL 3A victory. For Decatur, Taikya Flowers hit for 13.

Bonney Lake 50, Peninsula 47

The Panthers used a 19-8 fourth quarter to escape as Carli Elwin scored 22 and Hannah Messner 11. Leigh Isosia paced Peninsula with 18.

Fife 51, Clover Park 47 (OT)

Monique Green had a monster game with 24 points, but it wasn’t enough for CP in the SPSL 2A game. Fife rode the play of Ciara Pedroni (18) and Sarah Marchitto (13).

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 60, Northwest School 23

Rachel Staudacher keyed the Emerald City triumph with 24 points.

Bush 49, Overlake 41

Elise WIlcox (18) and Arianah Musser (16) led the way for Bush, while the Owls got 19 from Katie Hill and 10 from Mariel Frank.

University Prep 43, Seattle Academy 26

U-Prep’s Tejal Angolkar (14) and Adriana Wetzel (11) did the bulk of the damage. Campbell Reynolds scored 14 for Seatle Academy.

Vashon 43, Orting 37

Charlotte Kehoe (21) and Anya Quig (17) took care of most of the Vashon scoring in the Nisqually 1A contest. Orting’s Angela Jones scored 16.

Cascade Christian 70, Charles Wright 26

Caycee Creech pumped in 20 points and five others scored six or more in the romp.

Shoreline Christian 49, Orcas Island 23

Shoreline rode the scoring of Maria Anderson (13), Sarah Ott (11) and Kari Holly (10) to the Northwest 1A/2B victory.

Concrete 58, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 39

Kylie Warner (19) and Frankie Rohdeer (14) led he way for Concrete. Jess Castor and Sarah Dresler each had 10 for Cedar Park.

Darrington 69, La Conner 36

Darrington’s Hailey Wales (26) and Randi Wales (23) were double-trouble. La Conner’s Nikki Finley scored 11.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 59, Shorewood Christian 30

Haley Rue (18) and Rachel Siltman (10) led the way in the Sea-Tac 1B victory. Taylor Livermore had 10 for Shorewood.

Northwest Yeshiva 48, Christian Faith 36

Julie Owen (20) and Milana Davydov (14) paced the winners. Mackenzie Carroll poured in 19 for Christian Faith.



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