Cambria Smith scored 12 points, and Ashley Fenimore added 11 to lead 4A Meadowdale to a 47-37 win over host Bishop Blanchet, ranked No. 7 in 3A The two teams were tied 7-7 after...

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Cambria Smith scored 12 points, and Ashley Fenimore added 11 to lead 4A Meadowdale to a 47-37 win over host Bishop Blanchet, ranked No. 7 in 3A.



The two teams were tied 7-7 after one quarter, but the Mavericks (6-0) outscored the Braves (6-3) 27-14 over the second and third quarters.



Jane Corcoran had 11 points, and Krissy Sutermeister nine points and 10 rebounds for Blanchet.





Other games





Liberty 64, Eastlake 52



In the Cascade Classic in Redmond, Rebekah Bartholomew had 23 points to lead the Patriots (5-4) from Renton past the Wolves (3-4).





At Curtis 64, Mariner 47



Brittany Weaver scored a game-high 22 as the Vikings (6-1) beat the Marauders (1-6).





Rainier Beach 59, Skyline 48



The Vikings (8-1), ranked No. 2 in 3A, trailed early before pulling away for the win to beat the Spartans (4-2) in the Cascade Classic. Jemeika Newson led Rainier Beach with 18 points.





Mount Spokane 62, Kentridge 38



The Chargers (3-4) fell behind 17-10 after the first quarter and lost in the Shirts and Skins Tournament at Seattle Christian. Carrie Michaud led Kentridge with 10 points.





Kennedy 53, Capital 33



Carly Koebel had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lancers (6-1), ranked No. 10 in 3A, to the victory. Kaelyn Bristol led Capital (5-2) with 11 points.





Interboro (Pa.) 53, Ballard 38



In the Surf ‘N Slam Tournament in San Diego, Kellie Bartlett scored 14, but the Beavers (4-2) lost. They play Banks, Ore., today at 12:30 p.m.





Bainbridge 69, at Sequim 29



Allie Picha scored 18 as the Spartans (4-5) finished third in the White River Christmas Classic.





Ellensburg 61,



Bellarmine Prep 35



In the Central Washington Holiday Hop Classic in Yakima, Kayla Standish had 23 points to lead the Bulldogs.





Mount Vernon 52,



Washington 20



In the South Sound Shootout, Andrea Fine had 13 points and nine steals, and Keisha Brown added 11 points and seven steals, for the Bulldogs (1-6).





Inglemoor 68, at West Valley 63



Ashley Brown had 29 points as the Vikings (40-2) rallied for the victory. Inglemoor trailed 49-48 entering the fourth quarter.





At Sumner 56, Olympic 28



Stephanie Rider had 20 and 10 rebounds to lead the Spartans (7-1) to an easy win.





At Everett 66, Lake Stevens 59



Erika Hornyak scored 19 points, including five three-pointers, as the Seagulls (5-1) beat the Vikings (6-3).





Enumclaw 50, at Cascade 42



Kaci Farabee scored 18 points, and the Hornets (2-4) outscored the Bruins (1-6) 14-4 in the final quarter.





At Oak Harbor 45, Sehome 36



The Wildcats (2-6) trailed 22-14 at halftime but rallied for the win. Heidi McNeill led Oak Harbor with 20 points.





At Foster 48, Tyee 36



The Bulldogs (5-1) took an 18-6 lead after one quarter and cruised past the Totems (0-7). Valencia Doty had 18 points for Foster.





At Orting 46, Renton 34



Christina Pallis had nine points, but the Indians (3-4) lost.





At Shelton 36, Ingraham 31



The Rams (2-6) led 7-4 after one quarter before falling behind. Kendra Lindell had seven points for Ingraham.





Franklin 51, at Edmonds-Woodway 35



Domonique Darden scored 13 as the Quakers (4-2) beat the Warriors (1-5).





Stanwood 61, at Kamiak 55



Rachele Kloke scored 20 as the Spartans (3-4) beat the Knights (2-4), who were led by Ashley Vick’s 21 points.





Bellevue 57, Notre Dame (Calif.) 52



The Wolverines (8-2) beat the top seed at the Seaside Tournament, but will forfeit the championship game because they would surpass the amount of regular-season games they are allowed in a season, which is 20. Gretchen Buchberger had 19 points for Bellevue.





At Mount Si 62, Hermiston (Ore.) 59



Whitney Beyerlin scored 22 points, and the Wildcats (7-2) held off a Hermiston rally.





Auburn Riverside 58, West Bakersfield 40



Julie Futch scored 12 and the Ravens got a win in the Nike San Marcos Tournament in Santa Barbara, Calif. Auburn Riverside (5-2) lost its first two games in the tourney.