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Girls Basketball Roundup | Woodinville takes 3

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — Senior Amanda Best and the Woodinville High School girls basketball team received little resistance from three Oregon teams over the past three days.

The Falcons, led by Best's 22 points, beat McMinnville 57-41 on Friday to finish to 3-0 in the American Division of the Interstate Shootout at Lake Oswego High.

Senior Ashley Tuiasosopo had 18 points for the Falcons, who outscored McMinnville 12-4 after the teams played to a 17-all tie after one quarter.

Woodinville (6-2) won its games by an average of 22.3 points, and Best averaged 23.3 points.

Bellevue advances

to Surf 'N Slam final

Junior forward Joey Brazen had a game-high 19 points to help Bellevue beat Sonoma Valley, Calif., 52-39 and advance to the championship game of the Slam division at the Surf 'N Slam tournament in San Diego.

Cody Brazen had 16 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots for Bellevue (4-1), which will play Justin-Siena of Napa, Calif., today.

Hornet Holiday Hoopfest

At White River High in Buckley, Brittany Ganz scored 17 points and Amanda Kelly added 12 and nine steals to help lead the Seahawks over Cascade of Everett 50-40 in the championship game. Alyssa Averill played a strong all-around game for Anacortes, finishing with eight points, eight steals and six assists. Cascade (3-6) was led by freshman forward Danielle Love, who had 15 points and 13 rebounds.

• In the game for third and fourth place, Inglemoor (7-1) beat Archbishop Murphy (3-4) 53-49 behind Sarah Ena's game-high 22 points.

• Savannah Palomarez put White River up 36-35 with a layup and the Hornets (5-2) held on to beat Bethel (6-4) 38-35 for fifth place.

• Nicole DeRosier made a shot from the right baseline to force overtime but Rogers of Puyallup lost to Yelm 67-65 in the game for seventh and eighth place. Amber Zawislak had 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead Yelm, and DeRosier finished with 19 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Rams (3-5).

Other games

Franklin 74, West Seattle 51

Carol Howard scored 12 points and Phyllea Francis had 11 to lead the Quakers (5-2) over the Wildcats (2-5) in the title game of the Port Moody (B.C.) Classic. Rori Magera had 19 points to lead West Seattle.

Garfield 59, Heritage 35

Chanieka Williams scored 21 points as the Bulldogs (6-0) rolled past the Timberwolves of Vancouver, Wash., at the Mount Tahoma Holiday Tournament.

King's 58, Chugiak, Alaska, 45

Bianca Rowland had 17 points and nine rebounds, and Danielle Clauson added 16 points and eight rebounds as the Knights from Shoreline improved to 2-0 in the Surf division of the Surf 'N Slam. King's (4-0) can win its division with a victory over Lodi, Calif., today.

Bainbridge 66, at North Kitsap 31

Brittany Gray had 24 points as the Spartans (5-2) bounced back from Thursday's loss to Meadowdale to beat the Vikings of Poulsbo.

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