It was a heavier than normal Monday with plenty of makeup games, so there’s a lot to cover.
Seattle Prep 74, Franklin 64
D.J. Fenner scored 33 points as second-ranked Seattle Prep beat No. 6 Franklin 74-64 Monday night in a matchup of Metro League boys basketball division leaders.
Fenner, a 6-foot-6 junior averaging 17.9 points, topped his previous season best by eight points.
The Panthers (17-2 overall, 14-1 Metro Mountain) won their 11th consecutive game since a 54-46 loss to Taft of Woodland Hills, Calif., in a tournament in San Luis Obispo, Calif., in December. Seattle Prep’s only other loss was to Rainier Beach, the state’s top-ranked Class 3A team.
Cody Russell scored 14 and Arell Hennings 13 to lead the Quakers (14-4, 11-2 Metro Valley).
Lakeside 79, Chief Sealth 73 (2OT)
Tramaine Isabell scored 23 points and Adam Harrell added 18, helping Lakeside knock off Chief Sealth in double overtime.
Federal Way 53, Emerald Ridge 39
Federal Way’s Deonte Anderson finished with 16 points in a win over Emerald Ridge.
Kamiak 77, Cascade 49
Ron Manchester scored a game-high 20 points and Imaan Vincente added 17 in Kamiak’s win over Cascade.
Mercer Island 74, Interlake 45
Mercer Island had nine players score at least five points in a win over Interlake. Brian Miller led the Islanders with 12.
Bellevue 52, Mount Si 49
Bellevue big man Cole Walton finished with 19 points, helping the Wolverines slip past Mount Si.
Ryan Atkinson scored 18 for the Wildcats.
Sammamish 71, Juanita 59
Jacob West led Sammamish with 18 points, helping the Totems take down Juanita.
Lake Washington 55, Liberty 45
Lake Washington senior Darien Nelson-Henry continues to play well inside for the Kangaroos, scoring 15 points in a win over Liberty.
O’Dea 89, Cleveland 44
O’Dea senior Dana Abe poured in 26 points in a win over Cleveland.
Ingraham 85, Eastside Catholic 75
Malik Barnes scored 25 points and Lee Anderson added 23, as Ingraham knocked off Eastside Catholic.
Mandrell Worthy finished with 25 for the Crusaders.
Lakes 83, Enumclaw 57
A few hours after he committed to play football at USC, Lakes big man Zach Banner scored 20 points for the Lancers’ basketball team in a win over Enumclaw.
Shorecrest 66, Everett 55
Emmanuel Chibuogwu Jr. dropped in a game-high 25 points in Shorecrest’s win over Everett.
Mountlake Terrace 65, Lynnwood 30
Mountlake Terrace remained unbeaten on the season behind another strong team effor twith nine players scoring at least four points.
Coby Russell and Blake Fernandez had 11 points apiece.
Glacier Peak 61, Oak Harbor 49
Zach Pederson scored a game-high 25 points in Glacier Peak’s win over Oak Harbor.