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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

December 2, 2011 at 9:19 AM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Thursday

Here are some highlights from the high-school girls basketball games reported to The Times Thursday night:

Stanwood 74, Shorewood 41

Three players scored in double-figures as the sixth-ranked Spartans rolled — Paisley Heckman (14) Samantha Kelleigh (12) and Renee Lucero (10). For Shorewood, Kassie Rasmussen and Masha Shitkel each had 10.

Lynnwood 64, Jackson 58

After losing their opener to Inglemoor, the 3A Royals roared back to knock off Jackson, ranked No. 9 in Class 4A, as four players hit double figures — Meghan Cross (17), Jazmine Edwards (12), Linda Wilson (12) and Casey Evans (10). Jackson got 24 from sophomore Sierra Anderson, while Kristin Stoffel added 10.

Auburn Riverside 55, Edmonds-Woodway 51

Kendall Foster scored a game-high 13 points and Karina Gee and Shantell Jackson added 10 each for the Ravens. E-W got 12 apiece from Sidney Eck and Samone Jackson.

Central Catholic (Portland, Ore.) 70, Issaquah 52

Ngozi Monu scored a team-high for the Eagles.

Mariner 57, Highline 32

Ema Dzeko hit for 17 and Jade McFerrin added 12 for the Marauders.

Lakes 69, Rogers 38

Aubre Mitchell went off for 30 for the Lancers, who also got 16 from Brianna Butler. Rogers was led by Aimee Bach with 10.

Roosevelt 58, Franklin 54

Katherine Woolworth (17) and Tanner Adams (15) paced the Roughriders, who came from behind in the final quarter. Franklin’s Janee Lewis scored a game-high 18 and Jasmine Horne chipped in 10.

White River 54, Enumclaw 31

White River was led by Kennedy Hobert (14) and Erin Worley (10).

Tyee 51, Franklin Pierce 43

Arinesha Smith (24) and Taylor McMillion (19) accounted for nearly all of the Totems’ scoring. FP got 11 from Maloree Miller and 10 from Anna Lennox.

Fife 52, Evergreen 9

The Trojans were paced by Ciara Pedroni (17), RaeAnne English (16) and Jocinda Fox (12).

Bear Creek 53, Overlake 6

Kendall Engelstone led a balanced scoring attack with 10.

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