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January 25, 2012 at 12:54 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Tuesday

There was one notable upset in Tuesday’s round of high-school girls basketball games, so I’ll get right to it, along with highlights from other contests reported to The Times:

Lakes 53, Auburn Mountainview 42

The Lancers handed the Lions their first in-state defeat after losing by 20 when the two teams first played at Mountainview, which is ranked No. 4 in Class 4A. Coach Chris Carr said his team was sluggish after a six-day layoff and made 21 unforched turnovers in the first half alone. But he also gave credit to coach Dave McEachern for having his team ready. McEachern recently took over for Daniel Guy as head coach.

Jamesha Holland keyed the upset with 19 points and Tyanna Barton added 13. For Mountainview, Cait Carr scored 19 and Aalia Braboy 11. The Lions had won five in a row since going 1-3 at the Nike Tournament of Champions in Arizona.

Bonney Lake 51, Decatur 41

Mekenzie Voellger put together 20 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and two blocks to lead the way. Naomi Pounds added 11 points and Gabriela Ruiz 10. For Decatur, A’yesia Rogers finished with 18 and Acacia Hall had 14.

Enumclaw 52, Peninsula 32

Calli Remitz dropped in 14 and Danielle Saltarelli added 10 for the Hornets.

Foster 60, Kennedy Catholic 54

The Bulldogs made it a Seamount-season sweep of the Lancers, and it seems highly unlikely that if has ever happened before. Sahara Hill poured in 23 points and got help from Bianca Benivadies (14). Kennedy finished with three players in double figures — Myah Williams (20), Jenna Bojorguez (14) and Diondre Bourgette (12).

Mount Rainier 61, Jefferson 21

Kiana Gandy pumped in a season-high 25 points for the Rams, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, while Brittany McPhee chipped in 12.

Emerald Ridge 43, Rogers 41

Taylor Buie went off for 34 points to spark the No. 9 Jaguars. Jordan Asher had 18 for Rogers.

Federal Way 60, Spanaway Lake 36

Raven Benton (15) and Dyesha Behleumeur (14) paced the Eagles. Raina Frazier scored a dozen for Spanaway Lake.

Beamer 63, Puyallup 56

Meghan Graf and Megan Huff put up matching 20s for the Titans, who also got 11 from Megan Anderson. Puyallup also landed a trio in double figures — Braylie Jeffers (14), Haley McCann (14) and Hailey Smoot(11).

Bethel 47, Curtis 38

Karina Farr led the way with 21 points.

Jackson 58, Kamiak 37

The Timberwolves, ranked No. 7 in 4A, used a three-pronged attack: Sierra Anderson (15), Kelli Kingma (14) and Haley Gjertsen (13). For Kamiak, Erika Larson logged 11 and Kate Blackwell 10.

King’s 40, Archbishop Murphy 33

Ellie Rasmussen (12) and Karlie Storkson (10) led the way. Archbishop Murphy’s Beth Carlson scored 11.

Cedarcrest 55, South Whidbey 27

The Red Wolves got the bulk of their scoring from Susan Kenney (16), Kailyn Campbell (12) and Kalee Fowler (12).

Lakewood 32, Sultan 25

Kaylee Diggs set the pace with 14, while Sultan’s Dani Markwood had 11.

Eatonville 61, White River 57

The Cruisers bolted to a 22-9 first-quarter lead and held on to upset the Hornets, who are ranked No. 1 in the latest Associated Press Class 2A poll. Laccie Hill (19) and Jessica Stead (12) keyed the victory. White River lost despite the efforts of Kennedy Hobert (26), Cassidy France (12) and Amanda Lance (10).

Franklin Pierce 51, Steilacoom 40

Maloree Miller scored 20 to lead the Cardinals, who also got 10 from Erica Walker. Steilacoom put three in double digits — Kiana Tainatongo (12), Desiree Brown (10) and Alex Jenkins (10).

Sumner 55, Washington 45

The bulk of Sumner’s scoring came from Jamie Lange (18), Nicole Miller (17) and Tayler Holtman (14). Washington relied heavily on Jakajah Douglas (13), Alicia Polk (11) and Sam Schubach (10).

Fife 45, Clover Park 31

Ciara Pedroni (18) and Jocinda Fox (11) keyed Fife’s attack.

Granite Falls 41, Coupeville 30

Peyton Spencer was the spark with 15 points.

Seattle Academy 50, Northwest School 47

Liat Perlin (15) and Campbell Reynolds (11) led Seattle Academy. Mariah Webb (17) and Ghislaine Pages (11) topped the Northwest School scoring.

University Prep 48, Bush 8

Nine U-Prep players contributed to the scoring, led by Deanna Taylor (14) and Robin Hadac (10).

Cascade Christian 71, Orting 9

Katie Rozumny dropped in a dozen to lead 12 Cascade Christian players on the scoring list, which also included Kadyn Coltom (11) and Kaycee Creech (11). The Cougars are ranked No. 2 in 1A.

Life Christian 36, Vashon Island 33

Vashon had the top scorers in Charlotte Kehoe (15) and Anya Quig (11), but Life Christian showed more balance, led by Johnnise Moore with 9.

Charles Wright 57, Chimacum 34

Sydney Hughes poured in 26 and Decker Nielsen added 12 for the Tarriers. Chimacum got 10 from Mallori Cossell.

Concrete 68, Cedar Park Christian 28

Alyssa Wahlgren (16), Kylee Warner (16) and Jessica Flitz (13) keyed the victory. Jess Castor scored 10 for Cedar Park.

Darrington 39, La Conner 33

Darrington’s Cassandra Cousins was the line player in double figures with 12.

Bear Creek 52, Rainier Christian 17

Kendall Engelstone led nine Bear Creek scorers with 11.

Seattle Lutheran 34, Auburn Adventist 33

Seattle Lutheran held on after being outscored 11-1 in the fourth and got a game-high 14 points from Amy Jacobs.

Lummi 57, Highland Christian Prep 27

Kayla Dennis led the way with 12 points.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 57, Puget Sound Adventist 38

Four Mount Rainier players scored 10 or more — Kayla Freitag (19), Haley Rae (12), Rachel Siltman (10) and Kendra Windham (10). Puget Sound’s Lola Kinemoa finished with 13.

Northwest Yeshiva 54, Seattle Prep JV 39

Julia Owen dropped in 22 points and got help from Ilana Greenberg (14) and Milana Davydov (10).

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