Sports Roundup for 1-10-14

Sports Roundup

Monday, Jan. 6
Girls basketball
Evergreen 38, Foss 22
Caroline Tupa tallied 19 points and Stephanie Herrera hit 10 as Evergreen posted a non-league victory over Foss High School of Tacoma this past Monday.
Shorewood 77, Highline 15
Olivia Beckham scored seven of the Pirates' 15 points in last Monday's lopsided non-league loss to Shorewood.

Tuesday, Jan. 7
Boys basketball
Life Chr. 50, SCS 46
The Warriors of Seattle Christian School were edged by Life Christian -- the school they pair up with for football -- on Tuesday.
Taggart Anderson scored 16 points and Cody Miller 13 for the Warriors.
Girls basketball
Life Chr. 52, SCS 42
Madelyn Weber hit 19 points and Aly Kaler 10 for Seattle Christian in Tuesday's loss to Life Christian.

Wednesday, Jan. 8
Boys basketball
Evergreen 49, Highline 45
Brandon Valencia knocked in 19 points and Kevin Ford scored 12 for Evergreen in Wednesday's win over the Pirates.
Danny Perkins led Highline with 13 points and Lucas Kelly added 11.
Kennedy 75, Tyee 43
Michael Sasonoff led the Lancers with 21 points as they defeated the Totems on Wednesday. James Jolly scored 11 and James Edwards 10 to back him up.

Ahmed Hersi hit 14 for the Totems.
Foster 70, Renton 68
The Bulldogs edged the Indians this past Wednesday, led by the 21 points of Ben Mitchell and the 20 of Ronnie Roberson. Max Montoya scored 11.
Mount Rainier
The Rams took third place out of four teams in Wednesday's South Puget Sound League meet.
Enumclaw won with 169.25 points and Kentlake took second with 154 ahead of the 148.9 score of Mount Rainier. Thomas Jefferson finished fourth with 139.45 points.
No individual Rams broke into the top three.

Thursday, Jan. 9
Boys swimming
Mount Rainier
The Rams won six events in Thursday's SPSL North action against the Kentridge Chargers.
Mount Rainier took the opening 200-yard medley relay in a time of 1 minute, 53.26 seconds and Grant Meyers of the Rams followed by winning the 200 freestyle in 1:49.83.
Meyers also won the 100 free in a time of 49.53.
Josh Burdine of the Rams took the 500 free with a 5:21.06 effort and Mount Rainier capped off the meet by winning the 400 free relay in 1:36.52.

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