Inglemoor's Kennedy Nicholas powered the Vikings to 27 points in a win, while Kentlake and Lindbergh each cruised to 17 point wins.
Inglemoor 75, Kamiak 53
The Inglemoor Vikings took a 32-20 lead into halftime and cruised to a win over the Kamiak Knights in 4A action. Senior center, Kennedy Nicholas, had a dominating performance, scoring a game-high 27 points, while Amanda Luckett and Ifeoma Emeka each finished with 14 points for the Vikings. Kamiak’s Kate Huguenin and Sarah Payne were the only Knights to reach double-figures, each scoring 10 points.
Lindbergh 68, Ingraham 51
Lindbergh’s senior forward, Aajua Brooks, recorded a game-high 22 points, as the Eagles outscored the Ingraham Rams 29-18 in the first half. Sophomore forward, Serena Simms, also had a solid night scoring 16 points and Lenae Mays and Elle Watts each added 11 points.
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Kentlake 65, Kentwood 48
Kentlake’s Sydney Peterson and Aniston Denckla combined for 37 points, as the Falcons knocked off the Kentwood Conquerors in a 4A SPSL conference game. Peterson, a junior guard, led all scorers with 19 points, while sophomore forward Denckla finished with 18 points. Senior guard, Zaria Jones, was the only Kentwood player to reach double-figures, scoring 13 points.
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