Sports Roundup for 2-4-13

Friday, Feb. 1
Boys basketball
SCS 72. Chimacum 49
Pierotti poured in 21 points to pace the Warriors in their lopsided victory over the Chimacum Cowboys last Friday.
Evergreen 58, Foster 52
Tupa tossed in 16 points as the Wolverines won in overtime Friday..
Lindbergh 56, Highline 27
Anderson hit 12 points for the Pirates in Friday's loss.
Kennedy 49, Renton 39
Kennedy Catholic beat top-ranked Renton Friday, led by the 18 points of Sierhuis.
Girls basketball
SCS 36, Chimacum 28
Kaler contributed 13 points for Seattle Christian in its win over Chimacum on Friday.
Foster 64, Evergreen 55
Foster flattened Evergreen in a rivalry game Friday.
Hazen 39, Tyee 26
Cadelina and Langly scored nine apiece for the Totems in a loss Friday.
Lindbergh 33, Highline 23
The Pirates dropped a low-scoring game to the Eagles of Lindbergh on Friday.
Renton 58, Kennedy 28
Abrajera hit 13 points for the Lancers in Friday's defeat at the hands of the Indians.

Saturday, Feb. 2
Swimming
Seamount League meet
Kennedy captured first place in Saturday's Seamount League boys swimming and diving meet held at Hazen High School in Renton, scoring 413 points ahead of Hazen's 381.
Brian Donohue won the diving competition for the Lancers with a whopping 454.75 points, way ahead of the 296 points of Lindbergh's Tanner Zornes.
Thane Maudslien, meanwhile, won the 100-meter backstroke in a time of 51.26 seconds and took the 100 butterfly in 53.10.
Maudslien is looking for his fourth-straight state 100 fly title, with the state meet slated for Feb. 15-16 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Boys basketball
Ev. Luth. 62, Sea. Luth. 58
Lietzke led the Evergreen Lutheran Eagles of Des Moines with 29 points Friday and Parker added 13.
Girls basketball
Sea. Luth. 40, Ev. Luth. 38
Evergreen Lutheran lost a close non-league game to Seattle Lutheran by two points Friday.

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