Even without Jacqua Williams, Rainier Beach turned the championship game of the Cascade Classic girls basketball tournament into a defensive clinic, not to mention a rout. The Vikings limited Liberty...
REDMOND — Even without Jacqua Williams, Rainier Beach turned the championship game of the Cascade Classic girls basketball tournament into a defensive clinic.
The Vikings limited Liberty to just one field goal to run away with a 54-23 victory last night at Eastlake High School.
Sophomore Donjanique Baker scored a game-high 17 points while pulling down nine rebounds to lead second-ranked Rainier Beach.
Beach was playing without leading scorer Williams. The senior guard sprained her ankle in the third quarter of Wednesday’s win.
Beach’s defense harassed Liberty of Renton into a 1-for-35 shooting night from the field, and also forced the Patriots into 29 turnovers. Beach had 12 steals, five by Kristen Jones.
Rebekah Bartholomew sank 11 of 14 foul shots to finish with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Skyline 60, Eastlake 40
In the Cascade Classic in Sammamish, Jazmin Dickey and Madison Maloney each scored nine as the host Spartans (5-2) used a balanced offense to finish third. Alex Zennan of Eastlake (3-5) led all scorers with 11.
Inglemoor 60, Mount Si 56
Sarah Ena finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds as the Vikings (5-2) from Kenmore won the Central Washington Holiday Hoop Classic in Yakima. Nicole Remish of Mount Si (5-2) led all scorers with 16.
Ingraham 53, Bellarmine Prep 48
In the Central Washington Holiday Hoop Classic, Ana Haberman scored a game-high 18 points to go with six rebounds to lead the Rams (3-6) to sixth.
King’s 63, Lodi (Calif.) 47
In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament in San Diego, 5-9 junior guard Sarah Mosiman scored a game-high 27 and had 10 rebounds and seven steals to lift the Knights (8-1) to third. Hayley Zevenbergen added 20 points and eight rebounds.
Mount Spokane 54, Kennedy 47
In the championship of the Shirts and Skin Tourmament at Seattle Christian, Kelsey Burns scored 19 but the Lancers (6-2) lost. Katelan Redmond’s 17 led Mount Spokane.
Capital 44, Kentridge 35
In the Shirts and Skins Tournament at Seattle Christian, the Cougars (6-2) outscored the Chargers (3-5) 11-4 in the fourth quarter to finish third. Capital made 5 of 6 foul shots in the final two minutes.
At Woodinville 51, Kentwood 38
LeeAnn Palo was 5 for 5 on three-pointers and finished with a game-high 17 points and five assists as the Falcons (6-1) won a nonleague game over the Conquerors (5-2).
At Bothell 62, Sammamish 27
Ashley Vierra scored all 16 of her points in the second half as the Cougars (3-4) earned a nonleague win. Renee Harder had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Bothell. Kelsey Hasselblad scored 11 for the Totems (0-10).
At Shorecrest 42, Cascade 29
Mary Tseng scored six of her team-high 13 in the fourth quarter as the Scots (4-3) outscored the Bruins (1-7) 14-2. Gina Delos Reyes led Cascade with 18 points.
At Mountlake Terrace 74, Arlington 52
Randi Richardson scored a game-high 30, 20 in the second half, but the Hawks (6-1) earned a nonleague win over the Eagles (4-3). Nicki Mosman paced Terrace with 22 points, hitting five three-pointers.
At Bishop Blanchet 46, Edmonds-Woodway 23
Megan Feeney had 10 points and four rebounds as the No. 7 Braves (7-3) won a nonleague game over the Warriors (1-6).
Stanwood 59, at Lynnwood 46
Alisha Aufai and Rachele Kloke each scored 13 in the Spartans (4-4) nonleague win.
At Renton 49, Tyee 26
Brandy Jackson scored eight of her 18 in the fourth quarter as the Indians (4-4) won in nonleague. Seanitta Tatum’s 18 led the Totems (0-8).
Lakeside 50, Curtis (N.Y.) 46
In the Cactus Jam in Phoenix, Ariz., Mary Padden scored a game-high 20 and made four three-pointers for the Lions (5-5).
At Tahoma 62, Decatur 13
Elizabeth Delsanto’s 12 led the Bears (2-5) over the Gators (0-7).