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High School Sports Blog

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February 4, 2011 at 11:41 AM

Some girls basketball highlights from Thursday night

The Edmonds-Woodway girls basketball team clearly wanted to finish unbeaten in the WesCo South Division and did so with a convincing with a 67-52 victory over Kamiak Thursday night.

And it wasn’t even that close.

The Warriors (18-3, 14-0), ranked No. 4 in Class 4A, led 22-9 after one quarter, 42-20 at the half and 55-22 heading into the fourth.

Angela Woods put up 20 points to lead the way, while Sydney Donaldson added 13 and Madeline Kasper 11. Kamiak’s Kate Blackwell scored 15.

Here are highlights from some other girls games Thursday, starting with more WesCo action:

Jackson 63, Mariner 17

Twelve Jackson players found the scoring column, led by 14 apiece from Kelli Kingma and Kristin Stoffel.

Lake Stevens 55, Marysville-Pilchuck 49

Brooke Pahukoa pumped in 15 points and seven others contributed for the Vikings, who had already clinched the WesCo North title. MP’s Dacia Heckendorf had a hot hand with 24 points, while Morgan Martinez chipped in 10.

Monroe 73, Arlington 65

Suzanna Ohlsen hit for 24 and Bianca O’Hara added 15 as the Bearcats earned the North’s No. 2 seed into district play. Megan Abdo led a trio of Arlington players in double digits with 16, followed by Lindsay Brown (11) and Lexi Sarver (10).

Stanwood 54, Snohomish 33

Jade Borseth (15) and Paisley Heckman (12) paved the way for Stanwood, while Julia Young scored 14 for the Panthers.

Rogers 52, Puyallup 42

Kalani Ulufale dropped in 18 points and had the better supporting cast as the Rams won the SPSL 4A South game. Puyallup’s Lazara Balcena delivered a game-high 22 points, but only three others scored for the Vikings.

Mercer Island 59, Lake Washington 44

Senior guard Jae Shin poured in a season-high 27 points as the Islanders pulled into a third-place tie with Liberty in KingCo 3A/2A with their sixth straight win. Christina Williamson added 10 points. LW got 20 from Hunter Hopkins and 11 from Melissa Wilson.

Mount Si 59, Liberty 42

The ninth-ranked Wildcats bounced back from Tuesday’s upset loss to Bellevue behind the 27 points of Hailey Eddings. Sierra Carlson canned 12 for Liberty.

Juanita 67, Interlake 39

Sophomore Mikayla Jones erupted for a career-high 28 points and Kate Cryderman chipped in 12 as the Rebels earned sole possession of the KingCo 3A/2A crown. Margo Parker put up 10 for Interlake.

Bellevue 64, Sammamish 16

Kate Holmes (14) and Taylor Cooke (11) fueled the Wolverines.

White River 59, Franklin Pierce 30

Rani Wiegard put together 33 points (her season best) and 14 rebounds to spark the fifth-ranked Hornets to the SPSL 2A victory. Sabra Sproul was good for 12 points.

Sumner 74, Clover Park 58

Erika Olsen (21) and Angie Sanchez (17) combined for 38 points for the eighth-ranked Spartans. CP got 19 from Caitlyn Johnson and 16 from Monique Green.

Northwest Yeshiva 48, Mucleshoot Tribal 14

Halle Friedland scored 10 points to lead a balanced attack in the Sea-Tac 1B game.

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