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High school girls basketball - Issaquah 54, Jackson 43

The Issaquah High School girls basketball team defeated Jackson High School 54-43 in a 4A Snohomish Christmas Tournament game at Snohomish High School on Friday, December 28, 2012.

“Faithaleen Lopez-Flores scored a team-high 14 points but the Timberwolves fell behind early and couldn't catch up in a loss to Issaquah at the Snohomish Holiday Tournament,” reports the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 75, Eastlake 71

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Eastlake High School 75-71 in an away game on Thursday, December 27, 2012.

 "Jackson's Faithaleen Lopez-Flores scored all 23 of her points in the second half and overtime to help Jackson come from behind against Eastlake. Sierra Anderson led the Timberwolves with 25 points and Jackson shot 29-for-36 as a team from the free throw line," reports the Everett Herald.

High school boys basketball: Jackson 87, Kamiak 47

The Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Kamiak High School 87-47 at Jackson High School on Thursday, December 20, 2012.

"Both teams came into the Wesco South 4A matchup undefeated in league play, but instead of a close contest for first place, the game quickly turned into a rout," reports David Krueger from the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 63, Kamiak 46

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Kamiak High School 63-46 at Kamiak High School on Thursday, December 20, 2012.

"Playing without star guard Kelli Kingma, Jackson got performances from Sierra Anderson and Faithaleen Lopez-Flores to defeat Lynnwood 63-46 in a Wesco 4A South game," reports the Everett Herald.

"Kingma's absence on Thursday night was due to a torn meniscus, according to Timberwolves head coach Jeannie Boyer."

High school boys basketball: Cedarcrest 61, Archbishop Murphy 46

The Cedarcrest High School boys basketball team beat Archbishop Murphy High School 61-46 at Cedarcrest High School on Tuesday, December 18, 2012.

"Jordan Corpus scored 20 points and added seven rebounds and six assists to lead Cedarcrest to a win over Archbishop Murphy in a Cascade Conference game. Josh Parafina led the Wildcats with 11 points in the loss,"  reports the Everett Herald.

High school boys basketball: Jackson 103, Lynnwood 55

The Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Lynnwood High School 103-55 at Jackson High School on Friday, December 14, 2012.

 "Jason Todd was impressive on offense, scoring 32 for Jackson in a runaway Wesco 4A South victory. Todd made it a double-double with 12 rebounds and also had eight steals and five assists. Connor Willgress and Dan Kingma also made strong offensive contributions for the Timberwolves. Ryan McArthur paced Lynnwood with 13," reports the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 52, Kings 31

The Archbishop Murphy girls basketball team defeated Kings High School 52-31 at Kings High School on Friday, December 14, 2012.

"Archbishop Murphy's Beth Carlson scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Monti Cooper added 16 points and 12 rebounds as the Wildcats beat the Knights in a Cascade Conference game," reports the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 62, Cascade 35

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Cascade High School 62-35 at Cascade High School on Wednesday, December 12, 2012.

The Everett Herald reports, "Jackson's Faithaleen Lopez-Flores and Sierra Anderson each scored 13 points as the Timberwolves beat the Bruins in a Wesco 4A South contest. Morgan Joyce was Cascade's high scorer with eight."

High school girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 54, Granite Falls 19

The Archbishop Murphy High School girls basketball team beat Granite Falls High School 54-19 at Archbishop Murphy High School on Tuesday, December 11, 2012.

The Everett Herald reports, "Madison Pollock scored 17 points and added three rebounds and four steals to lead Archbishop Murphy to a win over Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference game. Emily Schneiders led the Tigers with 11 points in the loss."

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