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January 4, 2012 at 11:22 AM

Tuesday’s high-school boys basketball highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school boys basketball action from Tuesday night.

I was at Jackson’s 70-54 upset of fourth-ranked Snohomish. The Timberwolves are young, but very talented. Sophomore forward Jason Todd is a big-time talent.

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Ballard 56, Skyline 47

When Ballard is clicking, the Beavers can play with anyone in the state and they proved that against second-ranked Skyline. Seth Berger scored 14 points and John Verduin added 12.

Lucas Shannon led the Spartans with 14 points.

Mount Rainier 64, Kentwood 62

Kentwood gave the seventh-ranked Rams a scare, but sophomore standout Adrian Davis scored 18 points to rally Mount Rainier, which outscored the Conquerors, 22-13 in the fourth quarter.

Austin Benson and Taylor Jones led Kentwood with 18 points apiece.

Eastside Catholic 68, Nathan Hale 47

Joey Schreiber finished with 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead Eastside Catholic. Freshman Mandrell Worthy had 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds.

Badhasa Margarsa led the Raiders with 19 points.

Shorewood 61, Meadowdale 56, OT

Shorewood’s Josh Hawkinson poured in a game-high 20 points, while, Semir Kadiric finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Evergreen 53, Renton 45

Evergreen’s Alex Campbell finished with 20 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks against Renton.

Lavelle Smith led the Indians with 17 points.

Woodinville 41, Eastlake 38

Woodinville’s Robbie Jackson finished with 13 points, while Caleb Perkins led Eastlake with 14.

Garfield 73, Issaquah 59

Garfield’s Tucker Haymond finished with 27 points and TreVaunte Williams added 24.

Nick Price scored 20 for Issaquah.

Redmond 57, Roosevelt 52

As soon as Roosevelt climbed into the top 10, Redmond knocked off the Roughriders, led by 19 points apiece from Jason Harrington and Connor Chapman.

Bothell 61, Newport 52

Zach LaVine scored a game-high 24 points to lead Bothell.

Isaac Dotson finished with 15 points for Newport.

Beamer 70, Rogers 49

Thomas Rhodes (18 points), Roosevelt Jones (15) and Juwan Flowers (13) all finished in double figures for Beamer.

Curtis 65, Puyallup 55

Darius Johnson-Wilson finished with a game-high 16 points for Curtis.

Federal Way 48, Graham-Kapowsin 33

Deonte Anderson finished with 19 points for Federal Way.

Jefferson 71, Auburn Riverside 50

Daniel Park powered Jefferson with 20 points.

Kentlake 64, Kentridge 59

Jaron Heck scored 19 points for Kentlake, while Jawan Stepney finished with 19 for Kentridge.

Tahoma 52, Kent-Meridian 50

Coleman Wooten scored 16 points, helping Tahoma upend Kent-Meridian.

Stanwood 70, Cascade 43

Cannen Roberson poured in 29 points to lead Stanwood.

Arlington 65, Kamiak 63

Terry Dawn dropped a game-high 33 points as Arlington edged Kamiak.

Anthony Berg scored 18 points for Kamiak.

Lake Stevens 66, Edmonds-Woodway 44

Kevin Smith finished with 22 points to lead Lake Stevens.

Monroe 63, Mariner 45

Tony Peloquin led Monroe with 21 points.

Lake Washington 61, Liberty 48

Kangs big man Darien Nelson-Henry powered Lake Washington with 24 points.

Bellevue 54, Mount Si 37

Bellevue quarterback Tyler Hasty is getting it done on the basketball floor as well, scoring 21 points to lead the Wolverines.

Sammamish 61, Juanita 52

Sammamish’s John Steinberg finished with a game-high 19 points.

O’Dea 79, Bainbridge 64

Dana Abe scored 23 points, while Sekou Wiggs added 20 to lead O’Dea. Chris Bell scored 23 points for Bainbridge.

Ingraham 67, Lakeside 57, OT

Said Hersi finished with a game-high 24 points for Ingraham, while Lewis Cramer added 20 for Lakeside.

Ingraham outscored Lakeside, 15-5, in overtime.

Seattle Prep 72, Cleveland 50

Mitch Brewe (14 points), Josh Martin (14), D.J. Fenner (12) and Angelo Marchesini (11) all scored in double figures for Seattle Prep.

JShun Cash led the Eagles with 21 points.

Rainier Beach 76, West Seattle 54

Rainier Beach continues to back up its No. 1 ranking, this time knocking off West Seattle behind 21 points from Anrio Adams.

Will Dorsey added 12, while Marquis Davis scored 12.

Auburn Mountainview 78, Bonney Lake 52

Shaddye Melu scored a game-high 22 points in Auburn Mountainview’s win over Bonney Lake.

Lakes 80, Enumclaw 69

Andre Lewis led Lakes with 18 points.

Decatur 59, Peninsula 35

Abraham Ferrell-Logan scored 17 points, while Dom Hunter and Markus Rawls added 14 points apiece for Decatur.

Glacier Peak 66, Oak Harbor 48

Glacier Peak’s Zach Pederson poured in 25 points in a win over Oak Harbor.

Shorecrest 58, Everett 41

Keith Shattuck finished with 17 points for Shorecrest.

Mercer Island 82, Interlake 47

Sam Cohn dropped in 22 points, while Joe Rasmussen added 15 for Mercer Island.

King’s 86, Cedarcrest 53

Christian Taylor scored 30 points, while Caleb Taylor added 19 for King’s.

Bellevue Christian 50, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 48

Rajan Hanstad led Bellevue Christian with 16 points.

Seattle Christian 57, Chimacum 49

Richard Jensen finished with a game-high 25 points to lead Seattle Christian.

Seattle Academy 62, Auburn Adventist 19

Yaniv Shier (16 points) and Ben Gerke (10) led Seattle Academy past Auburn Adventist.

Bear Creek 57, Lindbergh 54

Luke Blankenbeckler scored 19 points and Jesse Leuenberger added 12 for Bear Creek.

Colin Malone scored a game-high 24 points for Lindbergh.



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