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SLIDESHOW: Sports Roundup for 12-16-13

Friday, Dec. 13
Boys basketball
Highline 60, Tyee 58
Highline's Pirates slipped past Tyee for a two-point victory in the Totems' home gymnasium on Friday.
Kennedy 64, Foster 49
Kennedy Catholic scored a 15-point win over Foster on Friday.
Lindbergh 69, Evergreen 51
Evergreen fell to Lindbergh in Seamount League action this past Friday.
Tahoma 85, Mount Rainier 62
Mount Rainier took a loss in a high-scoring South Puget Sound League North Division game Friday.
Girls basketball
Tyee 48, Highline 21
The Totems posted a decisive win over the Pirates on Friday, led by the 21 points of Zareya Flowers and the 18 of Zakeya Flowers.
Kennedy 61, Foster 19
Homestanding Foster was outdistanced by the Lancers in Friday's game.
Evergreen 53, Lindbergh 41
The Wolverines were winners over Lindbergh in the second part of a twin bill with the boys team Friday.
Mount Rainier 57, Tahoma 46
The Lady Rams tripped up the Tahoma Bears in a South Puget Sound League North Division game on Friday.
SCS 47, Vashon 41
Seattle Christian won over Vashon Island in Nisqually League action Friday.

Saturday, Dec. 14
Boys basketball
Kennedy 67, Mt. Rainier 47
Two old Seamount League rivals met in a tournament at Highline Community College on Saturday with the Lancers prevailing over the Rams by 20.
Girls basketball
Lynnwood 57, Mt. Rainier 54
No. 1-ranked Lynnwood met the No. 2-ranked Lady Rams at Highline Community College this past Saturday and edged them by three points in two overtimes.
Brittany McPhee led Mount Rainier with 18 points and Emily Fiso finished with 15.
Wrestling
Mount Rainier
The Rams took part in the Decatur Invitational in Federal Way on Saturday to help them tune up for the upcoming South Puget Sound League North Division season.

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