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December 20, 2011 at 3:24 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Monday

It was a light schedule of high-school girls basketball games involving local teams Monday, but here are some highlights from those reported to The Times:

Doc Larson Roundball Classic

Lake Washington 45, Kentlake 27

Hunter Hopkins hit for 17 and Whitney Dunlap added 10 for the Kangs, while Kentlake got 16 from Alyssa Simonson.

Les Schwab Winter Classic

Potter’s House Christian Academy (Fla.) 48, Wilson 46

We didn’t get any individual scoring and Wilson of Tacoma isn’t really a local team, but I wanted to post the score since the Rams are ranked No. 3 in Class 3A. That’s a pretty good effort against a Florida team ranked No. 17 nationally.

Auburn Adventist 59, Foster 38

Auburn Adventist used a three-pronged attack as Annie Fletcher scored 19, Janessa Blaser 14 and Heather Coon 11. Bianca Benivadies had 11 for Foster, which was outscored 38-17 in the second half. The Bulldogs were without leading scorer Sahara Hill, who scored 30 points in last week’s victory over Kennedy Catholic.

Oregon City 80, Alemeda (Calif) 38

In case you’re interested in that outcome.

Nike Tournament of Champions

Eastlake 63, Piedmont (Calif.) 44

We got no scoring details.

Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.) 52, Auburn Mountainview 44

Again, no details reported, but that’s the first loss of the season for Mountainview, ranked No. 4 in Class 3A.

Non-tournament games

Prairie 75, Mercer Island 34

I dug this score up in the Vancouver Columbian, since we’ve got Prairie ranked No. 1 in the state in 3A. Heather Corral pumped in 19 points for the Falcons. MI was paced by Savanna Reid with 13.

Highline 65, Sammamish 49

Barshell Walker (22 points) and Celestina Ramirez (20) both had big games for the Pirates, who also got 11 from Sonya Savini. Sammamish was led by Kelsey Brooks (20) and Montana Hagstrom (14).

Enumclaw 50, North Thurston 32

Jessica Snoen was the spark with 13 points.

Archbishop Murphy 56, Lindbergh 23

No details reported.

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