Prep Zone: Jan. 3 highlights

January 4, 2014 

FRIday’s highlights

The trio of Aushanti Potts-Woods (11 points, 3 assists), Tory Causey (16 points, 6-for-13 field-goals) and Trevor Morrow (12 points, 5-for-6 field goals) provided No. 8-ranked Curtis with a comfortable 61-43 home boys basketball win over Emerald Ridge in SPSL South boys basketball action. Marcus Harris had a game-high 21 points for the Jaguars.

Jamal Welch had a big game scoring 23 points to go with his eight rebounds, six assists and five dunks in the Class 3A No. 2-ranked Wilson decisive 76-36 victory over North Thurston in Narrows League action. David Jenkins chipped in with 18 points off of 6-of-13 shooting and 4-for-4 from the free-throw line. The Rams improved to 3-0 in league and 9-0 on the season.

With 10-seconds left, Braylie Jeffers (14 points) late free-throw gave Class 4A No. 8-ranked Puyallup a 48-47 girls basketball victory over SPSL South foe Federal Way. The Eagles had a chance to win but Zaedrea Robinson’s (16 points) effort couldn’t beat a double-teamed as time expired. The Vikings Marissa Miller led all scorers with 19 points.

Brittany McPhee led all scorers with 31 points and teammate Emily Fiso added 13 more to give Class 4A No. 5-ranked Mount Rainier a 61-39 win over Auburn Riverside in a SPSL South matchup. The Ravens McKenzi Williams led her team with 11 points in the loss.

Megan Huff led all scorers with 18 points as the Class 4A No. 3-ranked Todd Beamer cruised to a 69-7 victory over SPSL South opponent Graham-Kapowsin. Each of Giavanni Flowers (11 points), Nia Alexander (11 points) and Bria Rice (11 points) combined for 33 points to provide help in the Titan win.

Tamia Braggs had a double-double with a game-high in both points (23) and rebounds (11) as she went 7-for-16 from the field in Lincolns 59-20 Class 3A Narrows League win over Foss. Kiaira Thomas (17 points, nine steals, two rebounds) and Aamira Turner (13 points, four assists, two steals) had big contributions in the Abes win.

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