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December 15, 2011 at 3:13 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Wednesday

I expected the girls basketball game between fifth-ranked Woodinville and Garfield Wednesday night to be a pretty good one, and it was.

Matt Massey was there to cover it for us, and you can read his story here.

Now onto some highlights from other girls games reported to The Times on Wednesday:

Roosevelt 49, Bothell 38

Roosevelt’s Katherine Woodworth topped all scorers with 18, just ahead of Bothell’s Kendra Heyer, who finished with 17.

Inglemoor 73, Ballard 54

Taylor Peacocke exploded for 25 points and got help from Kelly Conroy (12) and Chay Fuller (10). For Ballard, Cailey Becket had 14 and Keina Ishiyama 13.

Skyline 52, Redmond 23

Megan Wiedeman paced the Spartans with 14 points.

Lake Stevens 61, Arlington 45

Brittney Pahuloa went off for 24 points and Katie Goddard chipped in 15 for the Vikings, ranked No. 3 in 4A. Arlington’s Krista Showalter scored 11.

Stanwood 65, Monroe 40

The No. 7 Spartans put three in double figures — Renee Lucero (18), Paisley Heckman (16) and Rachel Swartz (14).

Jackson 59, Cascade 30

Jackson, ranked No. 9, was powered by Kristin Stoffel (17 points) and Sierra Anderson (13). Cascade got 11 from Kianna Hood.

Snohomish 50, Marysville-Pilchuck 44

Julia Young was the difference with 25 points. M-P’s Emily Enberg finished with 14.

Edmonds-Woodway 59, Mariner 45

The Warriors bolted to a 16-2 lead and wound up with a trio of players in double figures — Madeline Kasper (16), Sidney Eck (12) and Natalie Kasper (11). For Mariner, Danielle Openiano dropped in 10.

Yelm 64, Graham-Kapowsin 40

Only G-K scoring provided, led by Sheena Coers (11) and Hanna Kennach (10).

Juanita 64, Mount Si 45

Kate Cryderman pumped in 16 points for the Rebels, ranked No. 10 in 3A, and got help from Bre Carter (16) and Mikayla Jones (13).

Lake Washington 61, Sammamish 35

LW got 23 from Hunter Hopkins and 15 from Whitney Dunlap. For Sammamish, Natsumi Naito scored 11.

Cleveland 68, Bishop Blanchet 39

Makayla Roper (19 points) and Myzhanique Ladd (15) sparked the No. 7 Eagles, while Blanchet got 11 apiece from Lauren Martin and Shannon McMahon.

Seattle Prep 51, Bainbridge 35

The Panthers owned two quarters — the first (15-4) and last (13-4). Michaela Carew and Nicole Hall led a balanced effort with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Bainbridge’s Hannah Depew tossed in a game-high 18.

Franklin 70, Eastside Catholic 55

The Quakers were powered by Janee Lewis (21), JaDae Brundidge (12), Patrice Tosten (11) and Janee Jones-Lee (10). Eastside Catholic got 22 from Michaela O’Rourke and 15 from Sarah Hill.

Lakeside 55, Nathan Hale 46

Kaylee Best poured in 23 points and the Lions got 12 apiece from Danielle Estell and Sydney Koh. Hale was led by Gabby Evans with 21 and Angel Tulee with 13.

Hazen 62, Evergreen 38

Airashay Rogers did most of the damage for the Highlanders with 25, with Ariana Williams chipping in 10. For Evergreen, Jennifer Le finished with 14 and Ticka Alefaia had 12.

Renton 77, Tyee 53

Renton rolled behind a four-pronged attack as Taylor Farris scored 22 and was followed by Jordan Armstrong (17), Tia Bryant (14) and Shanease Kenner (10). Tyee’s Arinesha Smith had another big game with 34 and Taylor McMillan added 10.

Shorecrest 50, Lynnwood 48

In a key WesCo 3A game, the Scots rode the scoring efforts of Onyie Chibuogwu (18), Brianne Lasconia (15) and India Matheson (10). Lynnwood got 11 each from Meghan Cross and Arsenia Ivanov.

Glacier Peak 62, Everett 42

Katie Hawkins keyed the victory with 21 points and got assistance from Allie Weatersby (12). For Everett, Sidney Rielly had 15 and Aliyah Davis 11.

Mountlake Terrace 55, Marysville Getchell 31

Maddy Kristjanson and Taylor Smith led the way with 18 and 14 points, respectively.

Shorewood 60, Oak Harbor 36

Masha Shtikel erupted for 25 points for the Thunderbirds. Annie Leete scored 11 for Oak Harbor.

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 62, Seattle Academy 18

Rachel Staudacher poured in 31.

Grace Academy 40, Lummi 35

Julianne Bethane and Oskana Yenna led the way with 12 and 10 points, respectively.



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