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January 31, 2012 at 1:33 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Monday

I’m running late today, so must keep this a bit brief, but here are some highlights from the girls basketball games reported to The Times Monday:

Stanwood 57, Marysville-Pilchuck 29

The Spartans, ranked No. 3 in 4A, led just 16-15 after one quarter, then outscored M-P 31-11 in the next two periods. Renee Lucero led four Stanwood players in double figures with 14.

Lake Stevens 62, Monroe 39

Brooke Pahukoa powered the No. 4 Vikings with 24 points.

Snohomish 55, Arlington 50

Julia Young led the way with 23 points. Arlington got 11 from Lindsay Brown.

Edmonds-Woodway 47, Cascade 15

Madeline Kasper popped in 13 to top a balanced E-W attack.

Puyallup 55, Spanaway Lake 49

Braylie Jeffers pumped in 23 for the Vikings, while the Sentinels were fueled by Nneka Nnadi with 19.

Bethel 51, Rogers 45

The Braves rode the 17 points of Sweets Battle. Rogers’ Jordan Asher scored a team-high 11.

Cleveland 53, Holy Names 49 (OT)

Balance was the difference for the Eagles, ranked No. 4 in 3A as they had five players with seven or more points, led by Makayla Roper wtih 13. Holy Names got a big night from Sophie Reichelt, who finished with 24.

Franklin 46, Seattle Prep 38

The Quakers, who jumped into this week’s 3A rankings at No. 7, knocked off the sixth-rated Panthers and had three players finish with nine points each — JaDae Brundidge, Jasmine Horne and Janee Lewis. Prep got 11 from Quinn Glosniak.

Lakeside 64, Chief Sealth 44

Kaylee Best was one of three Lakeside players in double digits with 18. Victoria Elleby scored 17 for Sealth.

Nathan Hale 54, Bishop Blanchet 43

Gabby Evan was good for 20 points to lead the way. Blanchet got 17 from Shannon McMahon.

Bainbridge 53, West Seattle 29

Hannah Depew paced the Spartans with 14. Charli Elliott scored 12 for West Seattle.

Lake Wshington 55, Liberty 46

The Kangs stayed hot and were led by Whitney Dunlap with 16. For Liberty, Aspen Winegar finished with 14.

Juanita 66, Sammamish 27

Kate Cryderman dropped in 17 points for the Rebels, while Natsumi Naito led the Totems with 10.

Bellevue 57, Mount Si 39

Bellevue’s Victoria Anderson was the only player in double figures with 11.

Mercer Island 61, Interlake 39

Interlake’s Cate Mueller scored a game-high 18, but MI showed better balance, led by Renae Tessem with 12.

Lakes 48, Enumclaw 38

The Lancers, back in the 3A top-10 at No. 9, were paced by Aubre Mitchell with 14. Enumclawk’s Katie Holland also finished with 14.

Franklin Pierce 54, Clover Park 40

Maloree Miller went off for 23 to spark the Cardinals. Joy Fallauga topped CP with 16.

Cascade Christian 61, Chimacum 21

Kaycee Creech jump-started the offense with 13 points.

Friday Harbor 51, Darrington 42

Liz Taylor was one of three Friday Harbor players in double digits with 13. Darrington’s Amanda Gentry logged a game-high 16.

Lopez 53, Tulalip Heritage 33

Marina Steinbruck keyed the victory with 17 points.

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