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November 30, 2011 at 3:13 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Tuesday

Here are some highlights from the high-school girls basketball games reported to The Times Tuesday night (note that we got scores only from a couple of games, and I am not going to post those):

Mount Rainier 62, Enumclaw 31

The Rams, ranked No. 2 in 4A, got 12 points apiece from Brittany McPhee and Kiana Gandy and 10 from Jordan McPhee.

Lake Stevens 64, Port Angeles 31

Abby Molstre popped in 17 points for the fourth-ranked Vikings and was followed by Brooke Pahukoa (14) and Katie Goddard (13).

Edmonds-Woodway 96, Marysville Getchell 30

Talk about balance, the Warriors put five players in double-figures — Madeline Kasper (20), Sidney Eck (19), Samone Jackson (16), Natalie Kasper (14) and Maddy Nealey (10). For MG, Kyleigh Dschaak poured in 19.

Mariner 41, South Whidbey 30

Ema Dzeko was the difference with 20 points. South Whidbey’s Jessica Manka had 12.

Emerald Ridge 68, Kentridge 39

Taylor Buie poured in 25 for the Jaguars, who also got 16 from Stephanie Riley. Megan Thorsland led KR with 10.

Kamiak 49, Archbishop Murphy 40

Beth Carlson went off for 25 for the Wildcats, who fell short. Erika Larson topped a balanced Kamiak attack with 9.

Granite Falls 60, Interlake 48

Peyton Spencer (24) and Elizabethe Matalomani (12) keyed the victory. Interlake got 13 from Marta Mueller and 10 from Cate Mueller.

Rainier 39, Fife 37

Rainier’s Kara Schoenherr and Ashley Stancill scored 10 apiece. For Fife, Ciara Pedroni (25) and Jocinda Fox (10) set the pace.

Liberty 57, Sumner 45

Aspen Winegar tossed in 25 points for the Patriots with Sierra Carlson added 11.

White River 49, Puyallup 38

The Hornets were sparked by Cassidy France (16 points) and Kennedy Hobert (14).

King’s 50, Bellevue Christian 40

Joclyn Kirton led the way with 13 points. Bellevue Christian’s Bree Oldham had a game-high 14, with Alina Valle chipping in 11.

Northwest School 60, Shoreline Christian 30

Mariah Webb keyed the victory with 26 points and got help from Ghislaine Pages (12) and Amy Ishida (10). Shoreline Christian’s Bella Hermesch scored 19.

Tualip Heritage 42, Cedar Park Christian 30

Ora Wyena and Katia Brown carried Tualip with 17 and 16 points, respectively. For Cedar Park, Jess Castor had 16 and Sarah Dresslet 10.

Northwest Yeshiva 61, Grace Academy 38

Milana Davydov pumped in 28 for the winners.

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