Dezmyn Trent scored a career-high 42 points, and his two free throws with eight seconds to go capped a wild Foss comeback from 20 points down in the final 7 minutes, 6 seconds, and the No. 6 Falcons tripped up Timberline, 78-75, in a Narrows 3A boys basketball thriller in Tacoma. Blazers’ star Donaven Dorsey had 12 of his team-high 23 points in the third quarter, but it was the Falcons’ pressure that forced enough fourth-quarter turnovers to recover from a 69-49 deficit. After Trent’s free throws gave Foss a 76-75 lead, Dorsey had a chance to take it back, but missed a corner 17-foot jump shot with 5 seconds remaining.
Tre’Shaun Fletcher had 26 points, and Ahmaad Rorie added 18, and No. 1 Lincoln had no trouble completing the season sweep over North Thurston with a 71-35 Narrows 3A boys basketball victory in Tacoma. Rorie also added 10 rebounds and seven assists.
Eric Anderson-Connolly led three Stadium scorers in double figures with 15 points, and the Tigers moved into a second-place tie with South Kitsap in the Narrows 4A boys basketball standings with a 67-47 victory over Central Kitsap in Tacoma. The Tigers outscored the visitors, 23-11, to open the second half.
Tia Briggs led Wilson with 20 points, and the third-ranked Rams rebounded from their Holiday Hoopfest loss to Cleveland by hammering host Mount Tahoma, 75-20, in Narrows 3A girls basketball action. Bethany Montgomery chipped in with 10 points for Wilson.
Ionna Price powered Bellarmine Prep with 21 points, and the Lions maintained their slim lead in the Narrows 4A girls basketball race by handling South Kitsap, 48-37, in Tacoma.Staff report