Here are some highlights from the girls basketball games reported to The Times Tuesday:
Mount Rainier 74, Kent-Meridian 37
The Rams, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, put three in double figures — Brittany McPhee (26), Kiana Gandy (19) and Jordan McPhee (12). K-M got a big night from Aubreyana Anderson (21).
Emerald Ridge 65, Beamer 47
Stephanie Riley (22), Taylor Buie (21) and Karina Matias (15) sparked the No. 9 Jaguars. For Beamer, Meghan Graf scored 18 and Megan Huff 16.
Federal Way 56, Puyallup 50
Raven Benton poured in 24 points and Dyesha Behleumeur added 16 for the No. 10 Eagles, who have been missing star guard Darah Huertas-Vining since Jan. 3 and had their hands full with Puyallup. Huertas-Vining is out with a foot injury and could be back next week.The Vikings got 14 from Marisse Miller and 10 from Braylie Jeffers.
Kentwood 59, Kentlake 32
The Conquerors used a three-pronged attack as Alycea DeLong scored 18, Maddison Rankin 11 and Sarah Toeaina 11. Kentlake’s Alyssa Simonson finished with 12.
Tahoma 49, Auburn 36
Kymber Morrison hit for 13 and the Bears got 10 apiece from Jordan Eberhardt and Haily Tift. For Auburn, Taryn Papillon and Sienna Pollard each scored 11.
Jefferson 51, Kentridge 49
Jada Piper pumped in 20 for the Raiders, who led 41-27 heading into the final quarter. For Kentridge, Courtnae Williams had 14 and Lizzet Dominquez 12.
Bethel 62, Graham-Kapowsin 40
The Braves landed four players in double digits — Sweets Battle (14), Karina Farr (14), Brandi Johnson (11) and Katreena Mack (11). G-K’s Sheena Coers tossed in a game-high 18.
Spanaway Lake 52, Curtis 47
LeAnne Willingham went off for 23 and Nneka Nnadi added 10 for the Sentinels. No Curtis scoring reported.
Renton 45, Hazen 39
The Indians remained unbeaten in Seamount League play as Jordan Armstrong and Shanease Kenner put up 15 points apiece. Airashay Rogers led Hazen with 12.
Kennedy Catholic 51, Tyee 11
Myah Williams eruped for 26 points and the Totems struggled mightily without Arinesha Smith, who averages better than 27 points per game.
Auburn Mountainview 61, Peninsula 41
Aalia Brayboy (25) and Cait Carr (15) did the bulk of the damage for the Lions, ranked No. 4 in Class 3A.
Enumclaw 55, Decatur 33
Danielle Saltarelli (15) and Julia Myers (14) set the pace for the Hornets, who have won 9 of their past 10 games and take on Auburn Mountainview Friday. Decatur’s A’yesia Rogers finished with 15.
Lakes 75, Bonney Lake 47
The Lancers, who had lost three of their previous four games, got back on the right track with four players in double figures — Aubre Mitchell (18), Anitaka Knight (15), Jamesha Holland (11) and Olivia Crawford (10). Bonney Lake was paced by Naomi Pounds (18) and Jessyka Seger (10).
Clover Park 67, Steilacoom 34
Steilacoom’s Alex Jenkins poured in a game-high 22, but CP had more balance as Caitlynn Johnson scored 18, Joy Fallauga 17 and Danielle Pritchard 16.
White River 74, Sumner 34
Kennedy Hobert was good for 18 points and Cassidy France added 10 for the Hornets.
Washington 60, Franklin Pierce 33
Brea Doss (14) and Sam Schubach (11) keyed the victory. FP’s Maloree Miller scored 10.
Eatonville 73, Fife 30
K.K. Voss pumped in 22 and got help from Laccie Hill (17) and Samantha Cox (11). For Fife, Ciara Pedroni had 12.
Seattle Academy 35, Bush 19
Liat Perlin and Lindsey Vandergrift led a ballanced SA attack with 8 apiece.
Bellevue Christian 55, Northwest Schootl 28
Bree Oldham keyed the win with 24 points.
Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 53, University Prep 23
Laura Goodnight (15), Madison Paramenter (13) and Rachel Staudacher (11) were the big three.
Overlake 34, Forest Ridge 30
Overlake used its balanced, led by 9 from Katherine Hill. Forest Ridge got 11 from Kelly Brennan.
Cascade Christian 46, Seattle Christian 31
The Cougers were sparked by Chloe Read (18) and Kadyn Coltom (10), while Katie Collier scored 13 for Seattle Christian.
Vashon Island 30, Charles Wright 25
Neither team had a player in double figures. Jazmine Acosta scored 9 for Vashon and Vanessa Davis had the same for CW.
Life Christian 54, Chimacum 31
Lauren Trittin (16) and Johnnise Moore (12) led the way. Chimacum’s Kristen Snyder scored 12.
Orcas Island 48, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 25
Orcas Island saw Lana Bronn and Shelbi Rogers put up 14 each, while Jess Castor had 12 for Cedar Park.
Concrete 54 Shoreline Christian 49
Kylee Warner (14) and Jessica Flitz (12) were the Concrete leaders, helping offset a big night by Shoreline’s Bella Hermesch (25).
Bear Creek 47, Evergreen Lutheran 13
Kendall Engelstone tossed in 14 to lead the way.
Tacoma Baptist 39, Seattle Lutheran 26
Taylor Talen hit for 17 for Tacoma Baptist, while Amy Jacobs had 10 for Seattle Lutheran.
Mount Rainier Lutheran 54, Christian Faith 22
Mount Rainier put 11 in the scoring column, topped by Elizabeth Perry with 10.