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January 27, 2012 at 1:43 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Thursday

Here are some highlights from the Thursday girls basketball games reported to The Times:

Mount Rainier 72, Auburn 31

Brittany McPhee (26) and Kiana Gandy (23) were a powerful 1-2 punch for the Rams, ranked No. 2 in 4A, and Jordan McPhee added 15. Auburn got 15 from Sienna Pollard.

Auburn Riverside 45, Tahoma 27

After trailing 14-12 at the end of the first quarter, the No. 8 Ravens blanked Tahoma 10-0 in the second to pull away. Shantell Jackson finished with a game-high 15 points. For Tahoma, Savanna Haverfield had 12 and Jordan Eberhardt 11.

Federal Way 66, Curtis 25

The big three for the Eagles were Raven Benton (17), Darah Huertas-Vining (16) and Dyesha Behleumeur (11).

Spanaway Lake 58, Rogers 54

Nneka Nnadi (21) and LeAnne Willingham (19) led the way for the Sentinels, while Rogers got 23 from Jordan Asher.

Puyallup 53, Bethel 50

Marissa Miller keyed the upset victory with 20 points. Karina Farr and Sweets Battle paced Bethel (which came in with just one league loss) with 16 and 13, respectively.

Beamer 54, Graham-Kapowsin 39

Meghan Graff led a balanced Beamer attack with 11 points.

White River 51, Washington 29

Amanda Lance (13) and Cassidy France (12) topped the Hornets’ scoring list, while Washington’s Emily Herde hit for 11.

Cascade Christian 62, Life Christian 27

Kaycee Creech pumped in 19 and Rachelle Spencer added 10 for the Cougars.

Seattle Chrisitan 59, Vashon Island 16

Katie Collier led a trio of players in double figures with 14 and was followed by Alyssa Kaler (13) and Catie Shelton (10).

Evergreen Lutheran 28, Rainier Christian 22

Each team had a player score nine points — Karissa Kjenstad (Evergreen Lutheran) and Hailey Wiest (Rainier Christian).

Northwest Yeshiva 57, Christian Faith 24

Julia Owen (20) and Milana Davydov (17) led the way.

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