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South Sound highschool winter sports activities roundup (Jan. 23 to twenty-eight)

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Stadium's Ne' Quan Brown (0) dunks the ball during a game against Lincoln at Stadium High School in Tacoma, Wash.  on Jan. 18, 2023. Stadium defeated Lincoln 65-54.

Stadium’s Ne’ Quan Brown (0) dunks the ball throughout a recreation towards Lincoln at Stadium Excessive Faculty in Tacoma, Wash. on Jan. 18, 2023. Stadium defeated Lincoln 65-54.

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TUESDAY

BOYS BASKETBALL

3A

SILAS 70, MOUNT TAHOMA 65 (OT)

Silas ahead Romeo Webber dropped an overtime-best 5 factors, serving to the Rams outlast league-rival Mount Tahoma on Tuesday night time.

The Rams scored 15 factors in each quarter, ultimately keeping off a late surge by the visiting T-Birds.

Mount Tahoma erased a five-point deficit within the fourth quarter to push the sport to further time; six T-Birds scored within the interval.

T-Birds guard Javari Harris posted a double-double, together with a game-high 19 factors (12 rebounds). Mount Tahoma guard Josiah Maxey-Johnson added 12.

Harris shot 7-for-13, draining three of seven photographs from past the arc.

Silas’ (7-4, 10-8) win pushed the Rams into third place within the 3A PCL standings, a full two video games over fourth-place Spanaway Lake.

BOX SCORE

MT: 11-14-15-20-5—65

S: 15-15-15-15-10—70

Scoring: (S) Tre Walker 16, Romeo Webber 15, Keon Dewalt 12; (MT) Javari Harris 19, Josiah Maxey-Johnson 12

STADIUM 65, BONNEY LAKE 54

Stadium outpaced Bonney Lake in each interval, cruising for a house victory over its PCL rival on Tuesday night time.

Tigers sophomore Baaroc Rivers dropped a team-best 18, posting a minimum of three factors in every quarter. Senior standout Ne’Quan Brown added 16.

Bonney Lake’s Shaun Burton, a senior guard, dropped 19 factors to finest all scorers.

The Tigers (8-4, 13-6) widened a snug cushion for a second-place end within the 3A PCL. Lincoln (9-1, 14-6) clinched the league title final week.

Stadium hosts close by neighbor and 1A contender Annie Wright on Wednesday at 7 pm

BOX SCORE

BL: 13-18-9-14—54

S: 14-20-15-16—65

Scoring: (S) Baaroc Rivers 18, Ne’Quan Brown 16; (BL) Shaun Burton 19

1A

ANNIE WRIGHT 64, VASHON ISLAND 34

The final time the Golden Gators and Pirates performed one another, Vashon Island held a really slim 18-17 lead heading into the half. Annie Wright rallied and was in a position to knock off their league rivals 52-36.

It was a really totally different recreation of their second assembly because the Golden Gators left little doubt as they turned a 34-9 halftime rating right into a 64-34 last rating.

Sophomores Martin Kaupanger and Jeremiah Harshman led their staff every with 12 factors on the night time. Each gamers did not must put up large scoring numbers both, as first-year head coach Dom Williams has the complete staff placing up factors. In reality, 11 out of his 12 gamers scored.

“I have been preaching teamwork and enjoying the entire 32 minutes. Defensively, the blokes have been not giving up something simple. They’re dialed in,” Williams mentioned. “I feel now we have a variety of guys that may rating and be unselfish. We’re very balanced. There are a number of video games the place there are totally different main scorers. I’m positively excited, blissful, and pleased with the blokes. They’re responding rather well and our staff chemistry is constructing each recreation.”

Annie Wright (13-0, 16-1) continues their undefeated stretch within the 1A Nisqually with the win.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

3A

LINCOLN 63, LAKES 23

The Abes dominated the Lancers in each a part of their recreation, regardless of a sluggish offensive begin. After 5 minutes of not scoring within the recreation, senior Simani Thomas and junior Jaleigha Robinson sparked their staff.

Placing on a full courtroom press, Lincoln pressured Lakes into making errors and never getting any offensive rhythm going. What’s much more spectacular for the Abes is that they had been enjoying nice with just a few backups within the lineup as properly.

Senior Malani Warren received some essential three-pointers for Lincoln after moving into the beginning lineup. Together with junior Deandrea Woods-Singleton, each gamers fulfilled their duties of choosing up the scoring slack that the Abes had been lacking.

“We did not need Lakes to be snug. They’ve a few guards who may management the circulation of the sport. So we defended baseline to baseline and we created some havoc,” mentioned coach Jamila Jones. “There was an excellent activate the bench from [sophomore] Savannah So. She hit a pair three’s for us. It is good to see her setting in and getting issues found out after coming off an ACL tear.”

With their win, Lincoln improved to 11-0 within the 3A PCL and 15-3 total. Nevertheless, proper behind them within the stands is Bonney Lake at 10-2.

The Abes will wrap up their common season with a bout towards Spanaway Lake at 7:30 pm Thursday, January 26 at Spanaway Lake Excessive Faculty.

TUESDAY BASKETBALL SCORES

4A BOYS

Kentwood 60, Mount Rainier 37

76 Federal Means, 62 Kentridge

72 Kent Meridian, 68 Auburn Riverside

Kennedy Catholic 75, Decatur 57

4A GIRLS

Thomas Jefferson 49, Auburn 40

Kentwood 66, Mount Rainier 57

Auburn Riverside 67, Kent Meridian 39

Auburn Mountainview 44, Kentlake 27

51 Decatur, 41 Kennedy Catholic

62 Kentridge, 35 Federal Means

3A BOYS

Lincoln 71, Lakes 67 (2OT)

2A BOYS

Washington 71, Orting 56

Franklin Pierce 80, Clover Park 55

Steilacoom 72, White River 54

2A GIRLS

White River 74, Steilacoom 15

Enumclaw 67, Foss 19

Orting 39, Washington 17

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