What to watch on Tuesday
Jefferson’s boys basketball team hit a rough patch in the last three weeks, losing three out of four games. The Raiders (4-3) will attempt to get back on track, but eighth-ranked Decatur (6-1) will try to keep Jefferson at bay.
When: 7:45 p.m.
Perennial Class 4A girls basketball power and second-ranked Lewis & Clark (5-1) visits the team that knocked it off in the first round of last season’s state tournament when the Tigers take on No. 4 Federal Way (5-2).
When: 7:30 p.m.
Where: Federal Way
A pair of Class 1A girls hoops teams will clash when No. 3 Granger meets No. 6 Vashon at the SunDome Shootout in Yakima.
When: 7:30 p.m.
Where: Yakima SunDome
Third-ranked Curtis held off Ferris, 68-65, at Spokane Falls CC. Davonte Lacy led the undefeated Vikings (8-0) with 18 points. Darius Johnson-Wilson and James Cooks each tallied 14 points and Dominique Williams had 12.
Leon LaDeaux finished with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists for South Kitsap, but it wasn’t enough as the Wolves fell to Inglemoor, 58-38.
Daniel Landram led Kentlake with 11 points in the Falcons’ 70-39 loss to No. 3 Bellevue.
Erik Swartout and Brad Norman each scored 17 points in Eatonville’s 59-48 win at North Pole (Alaska).
Gary Bell powered Kentridge with 24 points in the Chargers’ 60-50 win at Lewis & Clark.
Jamal Byrd led Foss with 17 points, but the Falcons were nipped, 49-48, by Lake City of Idaho.
Melanie Shank erupted for 28 points in Tacoma Baptist’s 49-43 win at Rainier.
Max Kelly paced Foss with 15 points as the Falcons’ girls beat Chief Sealth 64-44.
Nine players scored for Olympia, led by Olivia Rethwill’s 10 points, as the Bears dumped North Thurston 53-38.
Todd Beamer won the Vashon Rock Island 10-team wrestling tournament, totaling 193.5 points. Four Titans – Trey Uson (112 pounds), Ares Carpio (119), Deshar House (125) and ArronSet-Heit (130) – won individual titles.