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December 14, 2011 at 3:53 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Tuesday

It’s been a busy day, so I’m going to have to keep these short, but here are some highlights from the Tuesday girls basketball games reported to The Times:

Foster 69, Kennedy Catholic 68 (OT)

This is the one that jumped out at me right away. I am not sure of the last time Foster beat Kennedy in girls basketball! Sahara Hill poured in 30 points for Foster, while Kennedy got 27 from Myah Williams.

Mount Rainier 67, Jefferson 46

Brittany McPhee paced the second-ranked Rams with 24 points. Christina Kullberg had 12 for TJ.

Federal Way 65, Spanaway Lake 54

Darah Huertas-Vining paced the 10th-ranked Eagles with 26 points, while Spanaway Lakes Nneka Nnadi scored 15.

Auburn Riverside 53, Kentwood 35

AR handed Kentwood its first loss of the season in a defensive battle with neither team getting anyone in double figures.

Auburn 50, Kent-Meridian 37

Jasmine Tomac topped the Auburn scoring list with 14, while K-M’s Alexandria Witherspoon hit a game-high 16.

Emerald Ridge 56, Rogers 53

The No. 9 Jags had a 1-2 punch in Stephanie Riley (19 points) and Taylor Buie (18). Jordan Asher led Rogers with 20.

Tahoma 54, Kentlake 44

Jordan Eberhardt was Tahoma’s spark with 19 points. Kenlake’s Stephanie Luce had 21.

Puyallup 54, Beamer 46

Braylie Jeffers went off for 21 for the Vikings, while Beamer got matching 18s from Meghan Graf and Megan Huff.

Kentridge 60, Graham-Kapowsin 59

Both teams had balanced scoring. Kentridge was led by Courtnae Williams with 15 and G-K had a 16-point night from Kylee Geffre.

Holy Names 90, Eastside Catholic 53

Sophie Reichelt (27 points) and Olivia Vincent (25) did most of the damage for the Cougars, ranked No. 5 in 3A, but game scoring honors went to Eastside’s Michaela O’Rourke with 29.

Auburn Mountainview 62, Timberline 27

The Lions, No. 4 in 3A, rolled behind the 19 points from Cait Carr.

Lindbergh 29, Highline 54

Each team had a player hit for 29 — Emily Graver for Lindbergh and Barshell Walker for Highline.

Archbishop Murphy 58, Granite Falls 33

Beth Carlson set the pace for the Wildcats with 18 points, while Peyton Spencer led Granite Falls with 11.

King’s 58, Lakewood 15

Ten King’s players scored, ledy by Joclyn Kirton with 12.

South Whidbey 34, Sultan 24

Haley Newman keyed the victory with 13 points.

White River 61, Washington 31

Kennedy Hobert scored 20 for the Hornets. Brea Doss led Washington with 13.

Eatonville 64, Steilacoom 33

K.K. Voss led four Eatonville players in double figures with 19.

Clover Park 55, Franklin Pierce 30

Danielle Pirtchard hit a game-high 18 for CP.

Sumner 43, Fife 42

Anna Hurd and Jamie Lange scored 12 each for the Spartans, while Fife’s Ciara Pedroni finished with 15.

Cedarcrest 67, Coupeville 28

Susan Kinney was one of three Cedarcrest players in double figures with a game-high 18.

University Prep 24, Forest Ridge 16

No one scored more than 7 points for either team.

Cascade Christian 68, Chimacum

Kaycee Creech led a balanced attack with 14, while Kristen Snyder had half of Chimacum’s points with 11.

Life Christian 53, Orting 24

Johnnise Moore had a game-high 12 for Life Christian.

Shoreline Christian 52, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 29

Jessica Hoogerhyde scored 21 for Shoreline and Cedar Park’s Jess Castor matched it.

Crosspoint Academy 54, Rainier Christian 21

Grace Garguile set the pace with 21 points.

Seattle Lutheran 39, Evergreen Lutheran 22

Evergreen’s Heather Schmeichel was the only player in double figures with 10.

Tacoma Baptist 54, Chief Leschi 8

Taylor Talen tossed in 23 points.

Northwest Yeshiva 59, Puget Sound Adventist 29

Milana Davydov scored 17 for Northwest Yeshiva and Lola Kinemoa led Puget Sound Adventist with 11.



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