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December 13, 2011 at 11:00 AM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Monday

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

Eastlake 51, Newport 50

Abby Carlson made two of three free throws with no time on the clock to give Eastlake the victory. She was fouled attempting a half-court shot at the buzzer and finished with 12 points. Kendra Morrison had a game-high 16. Newport got 11 from both Anna Crabtree and Milana Hoving and 10 from Chanel Dotson.

Issaquah 59, Edmonds-Woodway 47

The Eagles pulled away in the second half after trailing 24-23 at the break. Both teams had three players finish in double figures. For Issaquah they were Mackenzie Wieburg (16), Monica Landdeck (14) and Aimee Brakken (10). For E-W the leaders were Sidney Eck (13), Madeline Kasper (10) and Samone Jackson (10).

Redmond 49, Mercer Island 45

Kelsey Dunn led a balanced Redmond attack with 14 points, while MI’s Kristen Brackmann hit for a game-high 23.

Shorewood 53, Mountlake Terrace 36

Kassie Rasmussen dropped in 16 points and Masha Shtikel added 12 for the Thunderbirds. Mountlake Terrace was paced by Taylor Smith with 14.

Lynnwood 62, Oak Harbor 32

Four Lynnwood players accounted for 10 points or more — Izzy Maza (12), Grace Douglas (11), Jasmin Edwards (11) and Casey Evans (10). Annie Leete was Oak Harbor’s top scorer with 9.

Meadowdale 77, Marysville Getchell 26

Margreet Barhoum pumped in 20 points to pace the Mavs, while Tianna Nugent had 15 and Sara Fjortoft 10. MG got 10 from Rachel Lefstad.

Enumclaw 57, Stadium 21

Nadine Huff headed a balanced effort with 11 points.

Peninsula 47, Shelton 23

Leigh Iosia was the spark with 16 points.

Vashon Island 40, Auburn Adventist 35

Charlotte Kehoe led the way with 14 points. Brooke Plecker had 11 for Auburn Adventist.

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