By Todd Milles
In the end, it was simply a senior not wanting his career to end. And it won’t until Saturday for a state trophy.
Noticeably bothered by a bum ankle, Seattle Prep’s D.J. Fenner still scored 26 points. And his two free throws with 5.5 seconds remaining iced the No. 6 Panthers to a 56-52 victory over Timberline in a Class 3A boys’ basketball consolation-round game in the Tacoma Dome on Friday afternoon.
“D.J. Fenner, he’s a good player – even on a bad ankle,” said Timberline standout Donaven Dorsey, who was ailing himself with back spasms, but …