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January 12, 2012 at 4:12 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Wednesday

I saw an entertaining KingCo 4A girls basketball game Wednesday night between Inglemoor and Eastlake.

Both teams were impressive at times, especially on offense. I have heard about Taylor Peacocke over the past three years, but I believe this was the first time I actually saw her play. She’s good. Really good. She gives the Vikings a chance in any game, but she is not their only weapon. Three other Inglemoor players finished in double figures as well.

Eastlake showed promise, too, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Wolves make a deep post-season run.

You can read my account of the game here.

And here are some highlights from the other girls games reported to The Times Wednesday:

Woodinville 58, Redmond 40

Alexis Mcleod poured in 23 points to lead the No. 4 Falcons, who also got 12 from Ali Forde. Makaela Hayward led Redmond with a dozen.

Skyline 69, Garfield 59

The Bulldogs continue to show they have two of the best players in the league in Shaunice Robinson and Nyasha Sarju, who scored 25 and 24, respectively. But Skyline has more depth, landing four in double figures — Megan Wiedeman (21), Allie Wyszynski (17), Morgan Farrar (10) and Lacey Nicholson (10).

Issaquah 58, Bothell 28

Mandie Hill and Mackenzie Wieburg hit 15 apiece to pace the Eagles.

Newport 41, Ballard 39

Milana Hoving pumped in 18 points to spark the Knights, who got points from seven others. For Ballard, Cailey Beckett finished with 21 and Nancy MacGeorge had 11.

Jackson 63, Monroe 44

Kristin Stoffel (21) and Kelli Kingma (13) led the way for the No. 7 Timberwolves.

Stanwood 66, Mariner 16

Five players scored 8 or more for the No. 5 Spartans, led by Paisley Heckman (13) and Tristen Murphy (10).

Kamiak 43, Marysville-Pilchuck 36

Kate Blackwell logged 11 for the Knights, while M-P’s Emily Enberg notched 12.

Arlington 55, Edmonds-Woodway 52

The Eagles were paced by Lindsay Brown (16) and Krista Showalter (14). E-W finished with three in double digits — Madeline Kasper (13), Sidney Eck (11) and Natalie Kasper (10).

Snohomish 45, Cascade 30

Julia Young posted 11 to lead the list of 11 Snohomish players in the scoring column. Cascade’s Kianna Hood hit for 14.

Lake Washington 39, Mercer Island 30

LW was sparked by Hunter Hopkins (11) and Whitney Dunlap (10), the game’s only players in double figures.

Juanita 54, Interlake 41

The Rebels, ranked No. 9 in 3A, were sparked by Kate Cryderman (15) and Mikayla Jones (13), while Margo Parker led Interlake with 14.

Liberty 45, Mount Si 37

Aspen Winegar canned 16 to key the victory.

Bellevue 60, Sammamish 40

The Wolverines got 11 from Victoria Anderson and 10 from Lauren Celmer, while Helen Yang finished with 11 for Sammamish.

Cleveland 50, Lakeside 33

The Eagles, ranked No. 6 in 3A, were led by Makayla Roper (15) and Olivia Smith (10). Lakeside’s Kaylee Best logged 13.

Seattle Prep 69, West Seattle 38

Prep, No. 7 in 3A, led just 21-20 after one quarter, then dominated the rest of the way behind the scoring of Michala Carew (22), Purshall Artison (11) and Qunn Glosniak (11). Gabby Flores had 10 for West Seattle.

Franklin 84, Chief Sealth 51

The Quakers landed four in double figures — Enjunay Jones-Lee, Patrice Tosten (16), Jasmine Horne (14) and JaDae Brundidge (11). Sealth’s Victoria Elleby scored a game-high 20 and Mariah Rubio-Reboca added 10.

Nathan Hale 68, Ingraham 26

The Raiders used a three-pronged attack — Gabby Evans (22), Angel Tulee (15) and Hannah Evans (13).

Bishop Blanchet 74, Rainier Beach 23

Beach’s Brigette Pule popped in a game-high 16, but the Braves showed their balance as Julie Fleming and Allie Tulintself scored 15 apiece and Micah Lussier added 12.

Highline 57, Evergreen 33

The Pirates were paced by Darshell Walker (18), Sonya Savini (14) and Celestina Ramirez (13). For Evergreen, Ticka Alefaio had 12.

Lindbergh 44, Foster 34

Emily Graver tossed in 13 for the Eagles, while Foster’s Bianca Benivadies finished with 16.

Shorecrest 68, Oak Harbor 38

The No. 10 Scotts were sparked by Brianne Lasconia (20) and Janie Uppinghouse (16). Annie Leete logged 14 for the Wildcats.

Glacier Peak 73, Meadowdale 67

Again, it was depth that made the difference for the Grizzlies, who were led by Katie Hawkins (17), Taylor Rasmussen (17) and Julianne Gere (10). Meadowdale’s Margreet Barhoum pumped in 24, while Mackenzie Bretz chipped in 14.

Lynnwood 56, Marysville Getchell 32

The trio of Jasmin Edwards (16), Meghan Cross (10) and Linda Wilson (10) led Lynnwood. MG’s Kyleigh Dschaak finished with 13.

Everett 57, Mountlake Terrace 45

Sidney Rielly went off for 22 to pace the Seagulls, while Maddy Kristjanson knocked down 18 for MT.

King’s 69, Granite Falls 51

The Knights rode the foursome of Joclyn Kirton (17), Ashley Adams (12), Savanna Hanson (11) and Madison Shinn (10). Granite Falls got 19 from Rhiannon Alexander and 13 from Peyton Spencer.

Lakewood 46, Coupeville 45

Caitlyn Darrah (16) and Kaylee Diggs (14) keyed the victory. Coupeville got 15 from Katie Smith and 11 from Cassidi Rosenkrance.

Archbishop Murphy 53, South Whidbey 28

Haley Dye led a list of 10 Wildcats in the scoring column with 10 points. South Whidbey’s Haley Newman had 12.

Cedarcrest 38, Sultan 27

Each team had a player with 10 points — Cedarcrest’s Kaily Campbell and Sultan’s Randi Tuggle.

Northwest Yeshiva 60, Muckleshoot Tribal 33

Ilana Greenberg and Julia Owen notched 14 apiece to lead the way. Belem Esparza (14) and Olivia Ho (13) were the top scorers for Muckleshoot.



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