Sports Roundup for 1-18-12

Tuesday, Jan. 15
Boys basketball
Tahoma 78, Mt. Rainier 73
Mount Rainier dropped a five-point decision to the Tahoma Bears Tuesday.
Jamil Wilson-Jones poured in 28 points for the Rams and teammate Jake Morine was next with 15 points.
SCS 55, Vashon 46
Miller tallied 27 points to lead the Warriors of Seattle Christian to a 55-46 victory this past Tuesday.
Girls basketball
Mt. Rainier 55, Tahoma 37
The Rams remained on a roll this year by beating the Bears on Tuesday.
Jordan McPhee led the team to victory with 18 points and Brittany PcPhee added 14 to the mix.
SCS 45, Vashon 25
Gleason garnered 13 points and Weber 12 of the Warriors won against Vashon Island this past Tuesday.
Lindbergh won Tuesday's meet as a team with a total of 132.65 points as Kennedy Catholic took second with 114.05 points and Tyee was third with 102.05.

Wednesday, Jan. 16
Boys basketball
Foster 47, Tyee 39
Summers and Reynolds led Tyee with 13 points, but Brown led the winning Bulldogs team with 10 points.
Hazen 55, Highline 40
Anderson scored 11 points for the Pirates in Wednesday's loss.
Renton 75, Evergreen 53
Abraha was the leading scoring for the Wolverines with 13 points in a losing effort Wednesday.
Girls basketball
Kennedy 55, Lindbergh 46
Abrajera swished in 21 points and Ramirez 17 for the Lancers as they deated the Eagles on Wednesday.
Hazen 34, Highline 28
Munoz hit eight points for the Pirates in Wednesday's loss.
Renton 62, Evergreen 16
The team-high eight points of Cox was half of the Wolverines' total Wednesday.

Thursday, Jan. 17
Hazen 57, Foster 15
Foster was dealt a lopsided loss in Thursday's match.
Boys basketball
Mt. Rainier 56, Kentridge 53
Christion Breed buried 17 points for the Rams as they defeated the Chargers on Thursday.
Crosspoint Academy 46, Ev. Luth. 40
Leitzke led the Eagles with 18 points in Thursday's loss.
Girls basketball
Mt. Rainier 48, Kentridge 39
Brittany McPhee racked up 30 points for the Rams as they won Thursday's road game.

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