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High School Sports Blog

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

December 16, 2011 at 3:47 PM

Some high-school boys basketball highlights from Thursday

Mason Kelley is taking a couple of well-deserved days off late this week, so I’m going to touch on some of the highlights from the high-school boys basketball games reported to The Times Thursday.

There weren’t a lot on the schedule, but here you go:

Shorewood 61, Oak Harbor 44

This was the only game I got any details on, so we’ll start there. Josh Hawkinson connected on 11 of 15 shots from the field en route to a game-high 24 points. Ben Andrews added 16 points, while Semir Kadiric put together 11 points, 12 rebounds and 3 steals. Michael Washington Jr. led Oak Harbor with 21, while Kevawn Brooks chipped in 14.

Glacier Peak 43, Everett 39

Zach Pederson tossed in 21 for the Grizzlies, while Gabe Woods had 16 for Everett.

Shorecrest 64, Lynnwood 47

It was a big night for Emmanuel Chibuogwi Jr. with 31 points. Teammate Keith Shattuck added 13. Lynnwood was led by Modou Janneh (12) and Yaakob Yoseph (11).

Mountlake Terrace 77, Marysville Getchell 17

Blake Fernandez topped the list of four Mountlake Terrace players in double figures with 18 and was followed by Ryan Shannon (13), Loren Lacase (10) and Coby Russell (10).

Seattle Prep 61, Eastside Catholic 44

Mitch Brewe (21) and D.J. Fenner (18) powered the fourth-ranked Panthers. Eastside’s Joe Schreiber also finished with 18.

Jackson 58, Mount Si 42

Jason Todd led a trio of Jackson players in double figures with 14, followed by Dan Kingma (13) and Sam Brown (10). Mount Si’s Anthony McLaughlin scored 13.

Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) 61, Stanwood 52

Stanwood had two players worthy of mention — Drew Stang (13 points) and Cannen Roberson (11).

Bellevue 58, Juanita 38

Bellevue’s Cole Walton was the only player from either team to find double digits, finishing with 14.

Auburn Mountainview 70, Capital 49

The Lions showed their balance as four players had 11 or more — Marion Beauchamp (20), Shaddye Melu (18), J.J. Lacey (12) and Keith Green (11).

Mount Rainier Lutheran 39, Puget Sound Adventist 33

David Greenwood (18) and Carsten Neumiller (15) led the way. Puget Sound’s Andrew Nye had 12.

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