Clover Park 70, White River 66: The Warriors (10-5, 5-4) were boosted by a 22-8 performance in the second quarter and completed Wednesday’s upset over the Hornets (10-5, 7-2 SPSL), who were ranked second in the 2A SPSL.
The Warriors were three spots under the Hornets in 2A SPSL play (eight teams). They were led by junior guard Jeremiah Morris, who scored 20 points. Dakari Jefferson was next in line with 15 and Davien Harris-Williams had 14.
Timberline 89, Yelm 73: Erik Stevenson scored a game-high 22 points for the Blazers (10-5, 6-2 Narrows) as they rolled over the Tornados (8-8, 3-5 Narrows).
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Austin Curry chipped in with 17 points and Tariq Romain had 14 for the Blazers, who got their third win in a row.
Foss 69, Mount Tahoma 46: The Falcons (10-5, 7-2 Narrows) separated themselves from the T-Birds (4-10, 2-7 Narrows) during the first half by a 31-17 margin.
Roberto Gittens was the go-to man with a game-high 24 points, while Donald Scott added 15 for Foss. After losing to Wilson on Jan. 8, the Falcons have won three straight.
Lincoln 70, Central Kitsap 47: The Abes (10-2, 7-0) led at the end of every each quarter as they routed the Cougars (6-8, 3-5 Narrows) to remain undefeated in the Narrows League.
Trevion Brown was the leading scorer for the Abes with 16; his brother, Tashon Brown, had 13. RJ Secrest, with 10 points, was the only Cougar to reach double digits.
Bellarmine Prep 63, Gig Harbor 48: The Lions’ Shalyse Smith torched the Tides on their home court. She scored 27 points during Wednesday night’s 4A Narrows League matchup.
The Lions (9-6, 7-0 Narrows) extended their lead in league play with their victory over the Tides (9-6, 5-3 Narrows).
Sydney Bertholf and Emily Shields were the leading scorers for the Tides, both with 10 points.
Timberline 63, Yelm 48: Blazers guard Sara Bowen scored a game-high 21 points against the Tornados (2-14, 1-7 Narrows) in a 4A Narrows League matchup at Yelm High School.
The Blazers (8-7, 5-3 Narrows) went on a 21-9 run to begin the game and didn’t look back in their third win in a row.
South Kitsap 50, Stadium 30: Kaylee McEdwards led the Wolves to victory with 12 points.
Lincoln 49, Central Kitsap 14: The Cougars (9-6, 6-3 Narrows) did not score more than six points in any quarter against the Abes, who are undefeated in league play (14-1, 9-0).
Faith Brantley, a Lincoln freshman guard, scored a game-high 13 points.
Enumclaw 51, Peninsula 17: The Hornets won the first nine weight classes (four by forfeit) and only gave up three matches total.
Tanner Turnbow had the quickest pin time for the Hornets: two minutes, 32 seconds.