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January 27, 2012 at 10:50 AM

Thursday’s boys HS hoops highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school basketball action from Thursday night.

Puyallup 69, Bethel 56

Clint Absher scored a game-high 21 points to lead Puyallup past Bethel.

Curtis 54, Federal Way 48

Darius Johnson-Wilson finished with 22 points and Rodrick Smith added 16 in Curtis’ win over Federal Way.

Brayon Blake led the Eagles with 17.

Beamer 79, Graham-Kapowsin 57

Roosevelt Jones poured in 34 points in Beamer’s win over Graham-Kapowsin.

Mount Rainier 69, Auburn 57

Jamil Wilison Jones scored 16 and Caden Rowlan added 15 for Mount Rainier.

Harold Lee finished with 16 for Auburn.

Auburn Riverside 52, Tahoma 48

Prince Ligon scored 22 and Bridger Harlington finished with 20 in Auburn Riverside’s win.

Coleman Wooten scored a game-high 23 points for Tahoma.

Kamiak 61, Stanwood 49

Imaan Vincente scored a game-high 18 points in Kamiak’s win.

Shorewood 58, Everett 49

Josh Hawkinson scored 17 points and Gage Carroll added 14, helping Shorewood improve to 12-3.

Reece Hoiby finished with 22 for Everett.

Glacier Peak 62, Lynnwood 38

Zach Pederson continues to have a strong season for Glacier Peak, scoring a game-high 23 points against Lynnwood.

Shorecrest 73, Marysville Getchell 51

Emmanuel Chibuogwu Jr. scored 16 points and Dylan Pontrello added 14 for Shorecrest.

Oak Harbor 43, Meadowdale 42

Michael Washington Jr. scored 18 points, but it wasn’t enough against Meadowdale.

Spencer Linton scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Mavericks.

Seattle Christian 59, Vashon 35

Cody Miller scored 21 points in Seattle Christian’s win over Vashon.

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