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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

February 21, 2012 at 3:17 PM

Some high-school girls basketball highlights from Monday

I was at the ShoWare Center in Kent Monday for the West Central Bi-District girls basketball championship games in 4A, 3A and 2A.

You can read the roundup on them here.

Mount Rainier played awfully well and Federal Way showed its promise at times. It will be interesting to see how both teams fare in Saturday’s regionals.

To be honest, I expected more from the Prairie-Wilson game. It was my first look at both teams. I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt, though, because of that late start caused by the Prairie bus delay. I think both are better than they showed, and they did have some really good moments (especially Prairie).

That Wilson-Cleveland game Saturday should be very interesting.

We’ll talke more about the regional matchups later this week. For now, I want to get to some highlights from the other tournament games reported Monday:

West Central/Southwest 4A Big-District Tournament

3rd-4th places

Kentwood 58, Rogers 50

No individual scoring reported.

5th-8th places

Emerald Ridge 54, Olympia 43

Taylor Buie hit for 20 and Kayla Frank chipped in 13 for the Jags.

6th-7th places

Skyview 49, Bethel 29

Brooke Bowen (13) and Jocelyn Adams (12) paced the No. 6 Storm. Karina Farr had 12 for Bethel.

West Central/Southwest 3A Bi-District Tournament

3rd-5th places

Auburn Mountainview 44, Timberline 31

Cait Carr put in 16 points for the No. 6 Lions and Aalia Braboy chipped in 13. Hattie Kosko showed her all-around game with 11 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.

Camas 59, Lakes 55

The Papermakers knocked off the No. 9 Lancers behind the scoring efforts of Sydney Allen (21) and Sierra Brown (16). Aubre Mitchell tossed in 19 for Lakes.

West Central 2A District Tournament

3rd-5th places

Renton 60, Eatonville 37

The Indians landed four in double figures to upset the No. 7 Cruisers — Taylor Farris (15), Jordan Armstrong (13), Shanease Kenner (10) and Priscilla Tuiasosopo (10). Hailey Latherow led Eatonville with 9.

Loser-out

Olympic 60, Foster 49

No individual scoring reported. Olympic plays Fife tonight for the fourth and final seed to regionals.

Fife 51, Sumner 47

RaeAnne English (19) and Ciara Pedroni (10) paced the Trojans, while Sumner got 16 from Tayler Holtman.

Tri-District 1B Tournament

3rd-4th places

Northwest Yeshiva 56, Lopez 30

Julia Owen led a trio of players in double digits to key the victory as she netted 19. Ilana Greenberg added 14 and Milana Davydov 10.

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