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February 3, 2012 at 12:24 PM

Thursday’s boys HS hoops highlights

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

Stanwood 62, Snohomish 58

Stanwood’s Cannen Roberson had a game-high 27 points, helping hand No. 8 Snohomish its third loss in four games.

Stanwood, Snohomish and Lake Stevens are all tied for first place in WesCo North with 10-4 records. The Vikings and Panthers play Friday at 7:15 p.m. at Stanwood.

Ballard 67, Issaquah 65

Issaquah’s Nick Price finished with 27 points, six rebounds and four assists, but it wasn’t enough against Ballard.

John Verduin led the Beavers with 22 points.

Arlington 64, Monroe 57

Monroe’s Tony Peloquin scored a game-high 21 points in a loss against Arlington.

Bo Brummell led the Eagles with 16.

Kamiak 82, Edmonds-Woodway 68

Kamiak’s Nicholas Kussman scored 21 points and Imaan Vincente (12), J.D. Blacksmith (10) and Josh Wisnubroto all finished in double figures in a win over Edmonds-Woodway.

Devin Joseph scored a game-high 23 points for the Warriors.

Jackson 78, Mariner 52

Sam Brown scored 17 and Jason Todd added 15 in Jackson’s win. The Timberwolves are 11-2 in league play and have the best record in WesCo.

Lake Stevens 42, Marysville-Pilchuck 34

Kevin Smith scored a game-high 13 points in Lake Stevens’ win over Marysville-Pilchuck.

Liberty 53, Mount Si 42

Robbie Thomas (17 points), B.J. Demps (11), Tynan Gilmore (11) and Jordan West (10) all scored in double figures in Liberty’s win over Mount Si.

Juanita 72, Interlake 69

Interlake’s Kamana Adriano scored a game-high 20 points in a loss to Juanita.

Bellevue Christian 69, Northwest School 32

Nine players scored at least five points for Bellevue Christian, led by 11 from Bryce Oldham.

Seattle Lutheran 68, Rainier Christian 49

Bryce Morgan and Nick Savas scored 16 points apiece in Seattle Lutheran’s win over Rainier Christian.

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