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February 4, 2011 at 12:46 PM

Boys high-school hoops highlights from Thursday night

Graham-Kapowsin 65, Emerald Ridge 54

Dillon Heyne scored 14 points, helping Graham-Kapowsin pick up its first win of the season.

Bellevue 74, Sammamish 57

Nate Sikma scored 27 and Will Locke added 22, as Bellevue improved to 13-1 in KingCo 3A/2A.

Mount Si 74, Liberty 55

— Liberty’s Chandler Jenkins scored a game-high 31 points, but the Patriots fell to Mount Si. Dallas Smith scored 25 for the Wildcats.

Mercer Island 67, Lake Washington 53

Quinn Sterling led the Islanders with 20 points, spoiling the return of Lake Washington big man Darien Nelson-Henry.

Nelson-Henry, who scored six points, had been out with an ankle injury. Kramer Taylor led the Kangaroos with 15.

Eastside Catholic 63, Bainbridge 56

Jake Springfield (17 points) and Joey Schreiber (16) led Eastside Catholic past Bainbridge.

Chris Bell scored a game-high 23 for the Spartans.

Nathan Hale 51, Ingraham 49

— Nathan Hale’s Badhasa Margarsa scored a game-high 27 points.

Lakeside 74, Cleveland 57

Kyle McAndrews finished with 24 points in Lakeside’s win over Cleveland.

Seattle Prep 78, West Seattle 63

Mitch Brewe finished with 22 points and Jackson Clough added 16 for Seattle Prep.

West Seattle’s LaTrey Newsome scored a game-high 23.

Hazen 65, Renton 53

— Renton’s Justin Bennett finished with 21 points, but it wasn’t enough as Hazen improved to 16-4.

De’corius Sampson scored 17 for Hazen.

Glacier Peak 73, Oak Harbor 53

— Payton Pervier finished with 25 points and Dylan Vargas added 14, helping Glacier Peak remain perfect in WesCo 3A at 14-0.

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