Inglemoor's Kennedy Nicholas powered the Vikings to 27 points in a win, while Kentlake and Lindbergh each cruised to 17 point wins.

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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.

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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