Sports Roundup for 1-31-14

Sports Roundup

Monday, Jan. 27
Girls basketball
Kennedy 62, Lindbergh 36
Diondra Bourgette finished with a team-high 15 points as the Lancers scored a victory on Monday.
Myah Williams threw in 13 points and Kelsey Abrejera added 10.
Evergreen 49, Lakewood 37
Stephanie Herrera hit 14 points and Caroline Tupa 10 as the Wolverines defeated Lakewood by a 49-37 score Monday.

Tuesday, Jan. 28
Boys basketball
TJ 61, Mt. Rainier 57
Mount Rainier took a loss to Thomas Jefferson in a South Puget Sound League 4A North Division game Tuesday.
Andrew Lenneberg led the Rams with 15 points.
Gymnastics
Highline-Renton-Tyee
Highline won the team competition in Wednesday's meet, scoring 133.72 points ahead of the 124.1 of Renton and the 117.15 of Tyee.
Alexis Sata of Tyee took all-around honors with 28.20 points, with Nieves Alvarez of Highline taking second with 27.85. Katie Gato of the Pirates was third with 26.35.

Wednesday, Jan. 29
Girls basketball
Evergreen 47, Highline 35
Tupa led the Wolverines with 13 points in Wednesday's Seamount League win over the Pirates ahead of the 10 scored by teammate Antonee Harrell.
Kennedy 60, Tyee 43
Ariell Garnett and Myah Williams tied for top scoring honors for Kennedy with 16 points apiece Wednesday as Zakeya Flowers of Tyee tallied 24.
Renton 70, Foster 19
The Bulldogs were routed by Renton on Wednesday.
Boys basketball
Evergreen 62, Highline 45
Brandon Valencia totaled 23 points Wednesday as the Wolverines defeated the Pirates this past Wednesday.
Foster 69, Renton 68
Foster edged out the Indians by one point in a Seamount League game played Wednesday.
Isaiah Lewis led the way with 19 points and Max Montoya scored 17.
Kennedy 54, Tyee 44
AJ McGrew of Kennedy and Jaylen Plunkett of Tyee finished with a game high 15 points each Wednesday.

Thursday, Jan. 30
Wrestling
Hazen 51, Foster 10
Hazen handed the Bulldogs a loss this past Thursday.

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