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High School Sports Blog

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

December 21, 2011 at 3:24 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Tuesday

There were plenty of high-school girls basketball games played Tuesday night, so I’ll get right to some brief highlights from those reported to The Times:

Doc Larson Roundball Classic

Lake Washington 53, Juneau (Alaska) 31

Hunter Hopkins and Peyton Wozeniak led the way with 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Wasilla (Alaska) 68, Kentlake 44

Kentlake got 14 points from Stephanie Luce and 10 from Paige Engeland.

Head-Royce Holiday Classic

Lakes 60, Galileo 40

No details reported for the Lancers, ranked No. 8 in Class 3A.

Les Schwab Winter Classic

Kennedy Catholic 63, Auburn Adventist 34

The Lancers landed three players in double-figures — Diondre Bourgette (19), Myah Williams (16) and Halle Davis (10).

Alameda (Calif.) 67, Foster 23

Bianca Benivadies accounted for nearly half of Foster’s points with 10. Sahara Hill is out with an ankle sprain.

Potter’s House Christian (Fla.) 71, Garfield 51

Shaunice Robinson did her part for the Bulldogs with 26 points and Nyasha Sarju added 16, but Potter’s House Christian (ranked No. 17 nationally) was too much.

Oregon City 55, Wilson 55

No details reported as the Rams, ranked No. 3 in 3A, lost for the second straight day.

Nike Tournament of Champions

Eastlake 73, Hunnington Beach (Calif.) 64

Kendra Morrison knocked down 17 points and got help from Abby Carlson (11) and Bella Zennan (10).

Tolleson (Ariz.) 53, Auburn Mountainview 49

The Lions, ranked No. 4 in 3A, got a big game from Cait Carr (25 points), but fell short for the second straight day.

Non-tournament games

Mount Rainier 64, Decaur 22

The Rams, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, saw Brittany McPhee erupt for 30 points and got 11 more from Kiana Gandy. Decatur’s A’yesia Rogers tossed in 10.

Woodinville 64, Skyline 45

The Falcons, ranked No. 5 in 4A, showed their balance as Mackenzie Campbell scored 14, Ali Forde 13, Alexis Mcleod 11 and Deidre Miller 11. Skyline’s Megan Wideman led all players with 20 points and Rachel Shim added 10. Woodinville led 40-11 at the half.

Issaquah 61, Inglemoor 56

The Eagles trailed 29-25 at halftime, then used a 20-11 third quarter to move in front. Monica Landdeck led a trio of Issaquah players in double figures with 16 and was followed by Mandie Hill (13) and Mackenzie Wieburg (11). For Inglemoor, Kelly Conroy scored 19 and Taylor Peacocke 17.

Roosevelt 45, Newport 42

Roosevelt got nearly all of its scoring from Katherine Woodworth (16), Tanner Adams (15) and Sydney Melkerson (12). Newport was paced by Casey Schoenlein (13) and Anna Crabtree (10).

Ballard 46, Redmond 41

The Beavers held on despite getting outscored 21-9 in the fourth quarter and were led by Nancy MacGeorge (12), Beverly Verduin (12) and Cailey Becket (10). Redmond got 13 each from Kelsey Dunn and Ali Jorgensen.

Federal Way 61, Rogers 50

Raven Benton poured in 20 points and Dyesha Behleumeur added 15 for the Eagles, ranked No. 9 in 4A. Rogers’ Mackenzie Lancaster dropped in 17.

Spanaway Lake 58, Beamer 55

Chelsea Padgett pumped in 27 points for the Sentinels, while Nneka Nnadi had 11 and LeAnne Willingham 10. Beamer was paced by Meghan Graf (21) and Megan Huff (19).

Emerald Ridge 47, Curtis 29

Taylor Buie and Stephanie Riley put up matching 15s for the seventh-ranked Jags, who led 28-3 at the half.

Puyallup 42, Graham-Kapowsin 29

Marisse Miller (13) and Braylie Jeffers (12) led the way. G-K’s Sierra Knapton had 12.

Auburn Riverside 67, Kent-Meridian 26

The Ravens rolled behind the efforts of Kendall Foster (17), Shantell Jackson (16), and Simona Allen (12). Malika Henry accounted for half of K-M’s points with 13.

Jefferson 44, Auburn 38

Jada Piper poured in 22 for the Raiders, while Christiina Kullberg chipped in 11. Auburn got 15 from Sienna Pollard and 10 from Jasmine Tomac.

Tahoma 51, Kentridge 39

Jordan Eberhardt topped a balanced Tahoma attack with 14. KR’s Courtnae Williams finished with 12.

Bethel 47, Yelm 46

Sweets Battle set the pace with 21 points and Karina Farr added 10.

Jackson 72, Mariner 37

The Timberwolves, ranked No. 8 in 4A, had 10 players score, led by Sierra Anderson (19) and Hayley Gjertsen (13). Mariner’s Jade McFerrin had 12.

Glacier Peak 62, Lynnwood 59

In a key WesCo 3A showdown, Katie Hawkins led GP to victory with 18 points and got assistance from Allie Weathersby (14). Meghan Cross and Jasmin Edwards had 18 each for Lynnwood.

Shorewood 44, Everett 43

Masha Shtikel (15) and Jennifer Thompson (10) keyed the narrow victory. Everett was led by Sidney Rielly (11) and Darian Rielly (10).

Meadowdale 66, Oak Harbor 24

Margreet Barhoum went off for 23 and Julianne Kossian added 15 for the Mavs.

Shorecrest 48, Marysville Getchell 19

Janie Uppinghouse (13) and India Matheson (12) led the way.

Mount Si 60, Nathan Hale 39

Shelby Peerboom matched 14 points with 14 rebounds for the Wildcats, who also got 10 points from Darian Michaud. Hale’s Angel Tulee also finished with 14.

Chief Sealth 65, Evergreen 33

Four Sealth players landed in double figures — Mariah Rubio-Reboca (15), Victoria Elleby (11), Zoe Haywood (10) and Lucresha Taylor (10). Evergreen’s Ticka Alefaio scored 13.

Tyee 50, Foss 56

Arinesha Smith had another big game with 32 points for the Totems.

Highline 58, Ingraham 29

Barshell Walker (24) and Marisa Munoz (13) paced the Pirates, while Ingraham got 10 from Ari Lozano.

Lynden 47, Archbishop Murphy 33

Kortney Grattie (15) and Amber Stokes (14) led the way. The Wildcats got a game-high 16 from Beth Carlson.

Bonney Lake 51, Eatonville 44

A trio of Panthers were the difference as Mekenzie Voellger had 15, Naomi Pounds 13 and Kayla Seger 12. Eatonville was paced by Laccie Hill (17) and K.K. Voss (10).

Bellevue Christian 42, Seattle Christian 32

Bree Oldahm hit for 21 and Alina Valle added 12 to key the victory. Katie Collier finished with 16 for Seattle Christian.

Charles Wright 43, Overlake 15

Sydney Hughes (18) and Janay Davis (13) led the way.

Cascade Christian 63, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 37

Kaycee Creech erupted for 29 points, while Cedar Park’s Rachel Staudacher hit for 22.

Concrete 44, Seattle Lutheran 39

Kylee Warner set the pace with 15 points. Seattle Lutheran got 14 from Jillian Smith and 12 from Taylor Livermore.

Tacoma Baptist 49, Northwest Christian (Lacey) 31

Tacoma Baptist finished with three players in double digits — Taylor Talen (11), Paige Narayan (10) and Sarah Zeitler (10).

Life Christian 52, Rainier Christian 19

Maddy Long and Johnnise Moore scored 10 each.

Northwest Yeshiva 42, Mount Rainier Lutheran 26

Milana Davydov did the bulk of the damage with 22 points and got help from Julia Owen (16). Mount Rainier’s Jenny Power scored 12.

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