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January 4, 2012 at 3:53 PM

Some highlights from Tuesday’s girls basketball games

There were plenty of high-school girls basketball games played in the area Tuesday night, and here are some highlights from those reported to The Times:

Bethel 48, Emerald Ridge 43

Just when the Jaguars climbed to No. 5 in the Class 4A rankings, they suffered their first loss of the season — despite a game-high 21 points from Taylor Buie. Stephanie Riley added 11, but there was little help after that. Bethel’s balanced attack was led by Karina Farr with 16.

Federal Way 61, Graham-Kapowsin 39

The 10th-ranked Eagles got 17 points from Raven Benton, 10 from Dyesha Behleumeur and at least six points from four others.

Mount Rainier 70, Kentwood 64

No. 2 Mount Rainier remained unbeaten, but it wasn’t easy. The Rams trailed 23-11 after one quarter and 35-22 after two. They were down 11 heading into the fourth, then outscored the Conquerors 30-13. Brittany McPhee finished with 34 points, while Jordan McPhee had 11 and Maylynn Mitchell 10. Kentwood, which has struggled offensively on and off, put four players in double figures — Jenny Johnson (18), Sarah Toeaina (16), Kate Kramer (10) and Maddison Rankin (10).

Auburn Riverside 50, Jefferson 39

The Ravens used a three-pronged attack as Shantell Jackson scored 15, Jalea Crump 13 and Kendall Foster 10. Jefferson got 11 from Christina Kullberg and 10 from Nyanda Preston.

Kentridge 36, Kentlake 32

KR’s Terrianna Emerson-Rowe had a game-high 9 points.

Tahoma 56, Kent-Meridian 30

Savannah Haverfield led the way with 16, while K-M’s Aubreyana Anderson netted a game-high 17.

Puyallup 66, Curtis 45

The Vikings put four in double digits — Kasey Balmer (14), Marisse Miller (13), Braylie Jeffers (12) and Haley McCann (10).

Lake Stevens 74, Edmonds-Woodway 51

Brooke Pahukoa pumped in 21 points for the No. 3 Vikings and got help from Brittney Pahukoa (15), Katie Goddard (14) and Abby Molstre (11). For E-W, Sidney Eck hit for 20 and Samone Jackson added 10.

Stanwood 69, Cascade 24

Samantha Kelleigh led the balanced effort by the No. 6 Spartans with 12 points and was followed by Paisley Heckman (11), Renee Lucero (10) and Tristen Murphy (10). Kianna Hood had 10 for Cascade.

Jackson 50, Snohomish 47

Sierra Anderson tossed in 21 points and Kristin Stoffel chipped in 12 for the No. 7 Timberwolves. For Snohomish, Julia Young finished with 19 and Kristina Bride 10.

Arlington 70, Kamiak 32

Lauren Grogan (17 points) and Winter Brown (15) set the pace for the Eagles, while Kate Blackwell led Kamiak with 12.

Monroe 61, Mariner 20

The Bearcats got a pair of 12s from Alyssa Brazel and Jordyn Turner and 11 each from Shalen Alexander and Kierra Wilkins.

Holy Names 66, Bainbridge 47

After leading by just four at halftime, the unbeaten, third-ranked Cougars used a 25-11 spurt in the third period to pull away. Olivia Vincent led the charge with 21 points and got assistance from Jasmine McCleave (17) and Sophie Reichelt (13). For Bainbridge, Grace Kenyon had 14, Hannah Depew 13 and Sydney Severson 10.

Enumclaw 46, Lakes 45

The fifth-ranked Lancers might have been caught looking ahead to Friday’s showdown with No. 5 Auburn Mountainview as they suffered their first in-state loss of the season, despite 22 points from Aubre Mitchell and 10 from Anitaka Knight. Enumclaw was led by Katie Holland with 15 points and Julia Myers with 11.

Auburn Mountainview 58, Bonney Lake 30

Cait Carr popped in 20 points and Aalia Braboy added 10 to pace the No. 7 Lions.

Decatur 52, Peninsula 48

A’yesia Rogers logged 22 points and Marissa Wendel tossed in 10 for the Gators.

Kennedy Catholic 59, Lindbergh 44

A 16-4 third period was the difference for the Lancers, who got 22 points from Myah Williams, 13 from Kelsey Abrejera and 10 from Miranda Goff. Lindbergh’s Emily Graver finished with a game-high 26 and Aleisha Simpson added 10.

Renton 61, Evergreen 21

Taylor Farris (18) and Jordan Armstrong (11) keyed the victory.

King’s 55, Cedarcrest 48

Joclyn Kirton connected for 20 and Savanna Hanson had 12 to spark the Knights. Cedarcrest got 19 from Kailyn Campbell and 12 from Susan Kenney.

Archbishop Murphy 68, Sultan 45

Haley Dye scored 20 to lead the way, while Beth Carlson had 14 and Monti Cooper 10. Sultan got 18 from Dani Markwood and 13 from Jessica Wiediger.

White River 70, Franklin Pierce 33

Kennedy Hobert went off for 26 and the Hornets also got key scoring efforts from Sulton Mills (12) and Kristin Sturdivan (10).

Sumner 49, Clover Park 32

A trio of scorers sparked the Spartans — Jamie Lange (14), Nicole Miller (12) and Tayler Holtman (10). CP’s Danielle Pirtchard finished with 12.

Eatonville 63, Washington 46

K.K. Voss (17) and Jessica Stead (11) led the way and four other Eatonville players provided 6 points or more. Washington was paced by Jakajah Douglas (16) and Sam Schubach (10).

Fife 45, Steilacoom 35

The Trojans got 18 from Ciara Pedroni and 14 from RaeAnne English, while Steilacoom’s Alex Jenkins hit for 13.

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 51, Bellevue Christian 47

Rachel Staudacher poured in 28 to spark the victory. For Bellevue Christian, Alina Valle scored 22 and Bree Oldham 10.

Seattle Christian 50, Chimacum 36

The Warriors had a tight scoring bunch in Alyssa Kaler (14), Jessica Johnson (13) and Catie Shelton (12). For Chimacum, Cydney Nelson dropped in 13 and Lauren Thacker 12.

Charles Wright 58, Orting 10

The Tarriers were paced by Vanessa Davis (21), Sydney Hughes (18) and Janay Davis (10).

Cascade Christian 56, Vashon Island 23

Kadyn Coltom (18) and Kaycee Creech (14) led the way. Vashon got 11 from Jazmine Acosta.

Friday Harbor 48, Shoreline Christian 40 (OT)

Mandy Turnbull (18) and Jean Melborne (12) keyed the victory. For Shoreline Christian, Sarah Ott had 15 and Bella Hermesch 10.

Seattle Academy 55, Auburn Adventist 42

Seattle Academy was sparked by Liat Perlin (16) and Campbell Reynolds (15). Auburn Adventist was led by Naomi Prasad with 11.

Darrington 55, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 27

Jess Castor poured in a game-high 17 for Cedar Park, but Darrington had more balance, led by Cassandra Cousins with 10.

Northwest Yeshiva 43, Christian Faith 9

Milana Davydov (16) and Julie Owen (14) did most of the scoring damage.



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