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January 26, 2012 at 11:54 AM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Wednesday

I expected Wednesday’s girls basketball game between No. 3 Lake Stevens and No. 5 Stanwood to be a good one, and I was right.

The Spartans, who suffered their only loss of the season to Lake Stevens back on Dec. 9, 61-52, returned the favor and knocked off the previously unbeaten Vikings, 60-56. We had Doug Drowley cover the game for us, and you can read his story here.

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

Arlington 58, Marysville-Pilchuck 48

Lindsay Brown pumped in 24 points to lead the Eagles, while M-P got 17 from Emily Enberg and 14 from Hannah Watson.

Monroe 57, Snohomish 54 (OT)

Alyssa Brazel (12) and Kylie Smith (11) paced the Bearcats. Snohomish, which scored just two points in overtime, was led by Julia Young (19) and Callie Harwood (17).

Mariner 47, Cascade 25

Kelsey Laush topped nine Mariner players on the scoring list with 11.

Woodinville 65, Garfield 40

Ali Forde was nearly flawless for the No. 4 Falcons, hitting 10 of 11 shots from the field. She added six rebounds, five assists, five blocks and two steals. Kim Frost chipped in 13 points. Garfield’s Nyasha Sarju hit for 18, but Shaunice Robinson was held to a season-low six point, well below her 18-point average.

Inglemoor 60, Ballard 28

Taylor Peacocke (16) paced the Vikings with 16.

Eastlake 42, Newport 33

A 21-6 fourth quarter saved the Wolves, who were led by Marijke Vanderschaaf (13).

Skyline 66, Redmond 37

The Spartans landed three in double figures — Megan Wiedeman (17), Morgan Farar (10) and Allie Wyszynski (10).

Roosevelt 69, Bothell 30

Eleven Roosevelt players landed in the scoring column, led by Tanner Adams (13) and Katherine Woodworth (11). Bothell’s Kendra Heyer finished with 13.

Juanita 42, Mount Si 28

Kate Cryderman paced the Rebels, ranked No. 9 in 3A, with 12 points. Katy Lindor scored 10 for Mount Si.

Liberty 59, Mercer Island 50

The Patriots maintained their share of the KingCo 3A/2A lead with Juanita behind the scoring efforts of Delane Agnew (14) and Sierra Carlson (12). MI got 16 from Julie Blumenstein and 10 from Ari Moscatel.

Lake Washington 63, Sammamish 31

Hunter Hopkins hit for 21 to lead the Kangs, who also got 14 from Whitney Dunlap and 10 from Peyton Wozeniak. Helen Yang had 10 for the Totems.

Bellevue 55, Interlake 35

Mandy Steward dropped in 12, while Carly Best and Holly Warendorf had 10 apiece for the Wolverines. Interlake got 11 each from Cate Mueller and Margo Parker.

Seattle Prep 49, Lakeside 47

The Panthers, ranked No. 7 in 3A, used an 18-8 fourth-quarter rally to survive. Michaela Carew and Purshall Artison each finished with 11 points. Lakeside’s Kaylee Best scored 18.

Franklin 72, Bainbridge 44

Patrice Tosten tossed in 24 and got help from Qiara Norwood (17) and Janee Lewis (13). Hannah Depew scored 15 for Bainbridge.

Bishop Blanchet 57, Eastside Catholic 49

Eastside’s Michaela O’Rourke went off for 27 points, but Blanchet countered with a balanced attack led by Laura Walker (14) and Micah Lussier (11).

West Seattle 50, Ingraham 35

Haily Hage (18) and Charli Elliott (12) led the way. Ellen Smith finished with 10 for Ingraham.

Nathan Hale 67, Rainier Beach 20

Hale used a three-pronged attack as Angel Tulee scored 18, Gabby Evans 14 and Hannah Evans 12. Iman Burks had 11 for Beach.

Renton 60, Tyee 44

The Indians bolted to a 24-6 lead and landed three in double figures — Jordan Armstrong (18), Shanease Kenner (11) and Taylor Farris (10). Arinesha Smith accounted for the bulk of Tyee’s points with 32.

Highline 41, Lindbergh 32

Celestina Ramirez keyed the victory with 19 points. Christina Wiley scored 13 for Lindbergh.

Shorecrest 71, Marysville Getchell 20

The Scotts, No. 10 in 3A, were sparked by Keegan Monson (18), Brianne Lasconia (12) and Onyie Chibuogwu. MG got 12 from Kyleigh Dschaak.

Lynnwood 54, Glacier Peak 52

The Royals won their sixth straight and avenged an earlier three-point loss to the Grizzlies as Linda Wilson notched 14 points and Meaghan Cross had 13. GP put three in double figures — Torrey Hill (18), Taylor Rasmussen (17) and Katie Hawkins (11), but got just six points from the rest of the team.

Meadowdale 48, Oak Harbor 33

Margreet Barhoum was the difference with 18 points. Annie Leete led Oak Harbor with 12.

Shorewood 48, Everett 41

The T-Birds won behind a balanced attack led by Lauren Thomposon with 13. The Seagulls were paced by Sidney Rielly (18) and Jody Bahronovich (10).

Granite Falls 62, Sultan 41

Peyton Spencer popped in 28 to lead the way. Sultan’s Dani Markwood scored 12.

Sumner 45, Fife 38

Fife’s Ciara Pedroni piled up 23 points, but Sumner countered with better balance, topped by Brenna Allsop (11) and Jamie Lange (10).

Northwest School 48, Overlake 33

Mariah Webb was the key with 22 points. Overlake’s Mariel Frank check in with 16.

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