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Basketball: Thursday’s highlights

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Dec. 30, 2010 at 10:05 pm with No Comments »
December 30, 2010 10:09 pm

Thursday’s boy and girls hoops highlights:

Class 2A No. 1 Clover Park held on to beat Mount Tahoma 106-99 in double-overtime. Tana Pritchard led the Warriors with 33 points. Mount Tahoma’s Xavier Bazile finished with 32 and Roderick Woodfin-Wilson had 30.

Third-ranked Lincoln powered past Jefferson, 82-52, getting 17 points from Tre-Shaun Lexing and 16 from Jordan Russell.

Derek Jobe totaled 26 points for Rogers in its 88-54 win at Decatur.

Auburn Mountainview’s J.J. Lacey and Marion Beauchamp each poured in 19 points, leading the Lions to a 75-64 overtime win against Fife. Bryce Miller and Kevin McCrossin tallied 20 points each for the Trojans.

Rahmel Morton scored 20 points for 2A No. 2 River Ridge in its 76-81 win at Kennedy Catholic.

Lauren Herseth buried 7-of-9 3-pointers and scored 34 points in Olympia’s 61-53 win over W.F. West.

Taylor Buie erupted for 27 points in Emerald Ridge’s 68-63 victory over Yelm. Anushka Maldonado had 21 points and 14 rebounds for the Tornados.

No. 4 Kennedy Catholic slipped past No. 10 Lakes, 58-52, in the finals of the Les Schwab Tipoff Classic. Jamesha Holland, Stevona Scott and Aubre Mitchell scored in double-figures for the Lancers.

Kalene Cassal and Kayla Freitag notched double-doubles for Mount Rainier Lutheran in its 33-32 win against Life Christian.

Find the rest of Thursday’s results at our online high school sports database.

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