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February 2, 2012 at 2:15 PM

Wednesday’s boys HS hoops highlights

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

Tre’Vaunte Williams and Tucker Haymond were too much for Inglemoor Wednesday night, leading sixth-ranked Garfield to a 93-60 KingCo 4A boys basketball victory at Garfield.

Haymond, a 6-foot-5 junior wing, had 25 points, eight rebounds, three steals and a pair of assists, and made four three-pointers for the Bulldogs.

Williams, a 6-4 junior wing, had 26 points on 12-of-14 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds for Crown Division-leading Garfield (13-5 overall, 11-2 league).

Other highlights

— Skyline (17-3, 12-1), ranked third in the state, handled rival Eastlake 66-47 in KingCo 4A behind Nick Kassuba’s game-high 20 points. The Crest Division-leading Spartans have won nine straight.

— Unbeaten Mountlake Terrace (19-0, 15-0), ranked third in Class 3A, rolled past Meadowdale 72-36 in the Hawks’ next-to-last WesCo 3A regular-season game. Blake Fernandez’s 15 points led four Hawks in double figures.

— Lake Washington, ranked eighth in 3A, got past Mercer Island 42-33 in KingCo 3A/2A as Matt Staudacher scored 14 for the Kangs (15-4, 11-2). Mercer Island (16-5, 10-3) trails LW and Bellevue (16-3, 11-2) by a game for the league lead. The Islanders play at Bellevue Friday night.

Zach Taylor’s 26 points, four rebounds, six assists, four steals and two blocks led Cedarcrest (14-5, 10-3) to a 72-61 upset of Cascade Conference-leading King’s (16-4, 12-2).

Tyler Hasty finished with 18 and Michael Carlson added 15 in Bellevue’s 80-64 win over Sammamish. George Valle led the Totems with 16.

Caden Rowland (17 points) and Adrian Davis (14) helped carry Mount Rainier past Auburn Riverside. Bridger Harlington led Auburn Riverside with 20.

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