Kent Meridian won in thrilling fashion behind Kevin Baker, who scored 40 points for the Royals.
Issaquah 69, Redmond 46
Issaquah outscored Redmond 32-14 in the second half to turn a competitive game into a one-sided affair. Issaquah was led by Scott Kellum, who had 24 points, six rebounds, two assists, and three steals in the victory. Three other Eagles reached double figures. Justin Harshman led the way for Redmond with 12 points.
Bishop Blanchet 59, Nathan Hale 54
In a competitive game, it was Bishop Blanchet’s consistency that ultimately led the Braves to victory. The Braves outscored the Raiders in every quarter except for the fourth, but their early lead proved to be too great. Keegan Crosby’s 18 points led the Braves, and he also chipped in six rebounds and five assists.
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Kent Meridian 69, Kentlake 67
In a back-and-forth game, each team relied on their best shooter to stay in the game. Kent Meridian’s star shooter, Kevin Baker, was able to will his team to victory with 40 points, six rebounds, and five assists. Kentlake was able to stay in the game largely thanks to Romaine Jackson’s 30 points, and Markel Banks also scored 18.
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