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February 1, 2012 at 4:34 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Tuesday

There was plenty of girls basketball action Tuesday night, and here are some highlights from games reported to The Times:

Woodinville 59, Roosevelt 43

Ali Forde recorded her fourth 20-rebound game of the season to go along with 15 points for the No. 9 Falcons, who rebounded from last week’s loss to Newport. Mackenzie Campbell finished with a team-high 19 points. Roosevelt was led by Katherine Woodworth (14) and Sydney Melkerson (11).

Skyline 37, Issaquah 32

Megan Wiedeman was the game’s only player in double figures with 12 as the Spartans earned sole possession of first place in the KingCo 4A Crest Division.

Inglemoor 65, Bothell 36

Kelly Conroy led the Vikings’ balanced attack with 13 points, while Chay Fuller added 11 and Kate Taylor 10. Bothell’s Kendra Heyer had 14.

Ballard 59, Garfield 49

Beverly Verduin went off for 27 points to key the upset and Nancy MacGeorge added 16. Garfield, which apparently was without one of its top scorers in Shaunice Robinson, got 17 points from Cierra Levias and 15 from Nyasha Sarju.

Newport 49, Redmond 39

Anna Crabree paced the Knights with 11, while Kelsey Dunn scored 10 for Redmond.

Mount Rainier 58, Kentwood 49

The second-ranked Rams were sparked by Brittany McPhee (23) and Jordan McPhee (17). For Kentwood, Jenny Johnson finished with 16 and Kate Kramer had 12.

Auburn Riverside 53, Jefferson 38

The No. 7 Ravens, who get an opportunity to avenge their only loss of the season tonight against Mount Rainier, landed three in double digits — Kendall Foster (13), Jalea Crump (12) and Ilona Snyder (10).

Kentlake 46, Kentridge 40

Stephanie Luce (13) and Alyssa Simonson (12) keyed the victory. Kentridge’s Imani Brooks scored 10.

Tahoma 44, Kent-Meridian 37

The Bears were paced by Jordan Eberhardt (16) and Savanna Haverfield (12). K-M also had a pair in double figures — Aubreyana Anderson (15) and Keriana Micks (10).

Federal Way 58, Graham-Kapowsin 43

Raven Benton (18) and Dyesha Behleumeur (15) powered the Eagles, who can avenge their lone league loss tonight against Emerald Ridge. G-K’s Shena Coers finished with 10.

Rogers 56, Beamer 47

Leigha Stroh led a trio of Rams in double figures with 19. Jordan Asher had 15 and Mackenzie Lancaster 11. Beamer’s 1-2 punch was provided by Meghan Graf (19) and Megan Huff (11).

Juanita 51, Liberty 38

Kate Cryderman pumped in 18 points and Mikayla Jones chipped in 12. Aspen Winegar led Liberty with 10.

Renton 85, Evergreen 35

Renton put four in double figures — Tia Bryant (21), Jordan Armstrong (17), Priscilla Tuiasosopo (14) and Alynda Xaykosy (10). Evergreen’s top scorer was Tori Mulitauaopele with 14.

Foster 48, Hazen 44

Sahara Hill erupted for 32 points to key the victory. Hazen’s Airashay Rogers had 19.

Kennedy Catholic 54, Lindbergh 35

Myah Williams poured in 23 to lead the way. For Lindbergh, Emily Graver scored 12 and Christina Wiley 11.

Auburn Mountainview 54, Enumclaw 46

Cait Carr and Aalia Braboy dropped in 17 apiece and Erika Lombardo added 10 for the No. 10 Lions. Calli Remitz finished with 10 for Enumclaw.

Bonney Lake 40, Peninsula 34

Mekenzie Voellger (13) and Naomi Pounds (10) paced the Panthers. Peninsula got 11 from Carley Council.

Lynnwood 54, Mountlake Terrace 35

The No. 8 Royals were paced by Linda Wilson (13) and Meghan Cross (12). Mountlake Terrace was led by the 13 points of Maddy Kristjanson.

Glacier Peak 72, Oak Harbor 36

Eleven GP players scored, led by Taylor Rasmussen (15), India Smith (11) and Sophia Gaffney (10). Oak Harbor’s Annie Leete hit for 14.

Shorecrest 43, Everett 19

Brianne Lasconia pumped in 19 to spark the Scotts.

Meadowdale 67, Shorewood 47

Margreet Barhoum had a big night with 28 points and got help from Mackenzie Bretz and Katie Rieckel with 12 apiece. For Shorewood, Kassie Rasmussen finished with 15 and Masha Shtikel 14.

Archbishop Murphy 53, South Whidbey 29

Anna Maher topped a balanced Wildcat attack with 11, while South Whidbey’s Haley Newman scored a game-high 14.

Cedarcrest 51, Sultan 37

Susan Kenney (15) and Kendall Kramer (10) paced the Red Wolves. Dani Markwood finished with 12 for Sultan.

Eatonville 59, Franklin Pierce 28

Laccie Hill was one of three Eatonville players in double digits with 16 and was followed by Jessica Stead and K.K. Voss with 12 each.

Sumner 71, Steilacoom 34

The Spartans rode the scoring efforts of Tayler Holtman (12), Jamie Lange (12) and Nicole Miller (10). Kiana Tainatongo hit for 11 for Steilacoom.

Whtie River 57, Fife 14

The Hornets were led by Amanda Lance (14), Cassidy France (13) and Kennedy Hobert (10).

Washington 55, Clover Park 37

Emily Herde and Sam Schubach put up matching 15s for the Patriots, while CP got 13 from Joy Fallauga and 11 from Caitlynn Johnson.

Coupleville 53, Lakewood 45

Coupeville’s balanced effort was topped by Taya Boonstra with 12. Lakewood’s Kaylee Diggs also had 12, whilw Ashley Orr added 11.

King’s 47, Granite Falls 32

The Knights were keyed by Savanna Hanson (15) and Joclyn Kirton (14). Peyton Spencer scored 11 for Granite Falls.

Northwest School 43, Bush 20

Amy Ishida and Ellen Shrontz scored eight apiece to lead the way.

Bellevue Christian 47, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 41

Bree Oldham (16) and Rachel Williams (12) sparked the victory. Cedar Park got 14 from Rachel Staudacher and 11 from Brie Boroughs.

University Prep 34, Overlake 16

Prep’s Anja Beard scored 11.

Cascade Christian 63, Charles Wright 36

Kaycee Creech and Katie Rozumny each dropped in 15 for the Cougars. The Tarriers got mose of their scoring from Sydney Hughes (19) and Vanessa Davis (14).

Seattle Christian 47, Life Christian 20

Katie Collier was too much with 21.

Vashon Island 52, Orting 28

Charlotte Kehoe poured in 24 for Vashon.

Friday Harbor 58, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 31

Tabatha Keane (20) and Mandy Turnbull (16) set the pace. Cedar Park’s Jess Castor tossed in 14.

Darrington 44, Shoreline Christian 26

Amy Miles keyed the Darrington offense with 11 points.

Christian Faith 31, Evergreen Lutheran 24

Hayley Tymony led Christian Faith with 11 and Evergreen Lutheran’s Heather Schmeichel matched it.

Seattle Lutheran 49, Chief Leschi 7

Ali Bigliardi led 11 Seattle Lutheran players in scoring with 10.

Crosspoint Academy 47, Evergreen Lutheran 21

Desere’e Doty (15) and Grace Garguile (10) were the sparks.

Bear Creek 49, Rainier Christian 20

Nikki Peterson hit for 10 to lead the way.

Tacoma Baptist 45, Crosspoint Academy 34

Taylor Talen (18) and Sarah Zeitler (14) made the difference. Crosspoint got 11 from McKenna Mallory.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 49, Quilcene 25

Elizabeth Perry paced the victors with 12.

Northwest Yeshiva 78, Muckleshoot Tribal 13

Julia Young had a big game with 30 points and Grace Almo added 12.

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