Here is a look back at the high-school basketball action from Wednesday night.
BURIEN — James Keum and the Lindbergh Eagles had a second half to remember Wednesday night.
Keum scored 31 of his 35 points after halftime as Lindbergh, which trailed 35-13 at intermission, rallied for a 67-59 Seamount League boys basketball victory over Highline.
Lindbergh outscored the Pirates 21-8 in the third quarter and 33-16 in the fourth.
Keum, a 6-foot senior guard, hit six three-pointers while topping his previous season high of 33 points. He averages 19.8.
Other boys highlights
— Jason Harrington scored 21 points as No. 4 Redmond bounced back from its Tuesday loss to third-ranked Skyline with a 58-52 KingCo 4A victory at Issaquah.
— Snohomish’s Luke Hamlin, coming off a 43-point performance Tuesday night, scored 29 more, but it wasn’t enough for the fifth-ranked Panthers in a 70-67 WesCo loss to Edmonds-Woodway. Travis Bakken scored 23 for the Warriors, who rallied from a nine-point deficit going into the fourth quarter.
— Dom Hunter scored 30 points to carry Decatur past Auburn Mountainview 73-66 in SPSL 3A.