KENMORE — Sophomore Alex Nelson hit two free throws with about a minute left and Rachel Williamson added a clinching layup as short-handed Inglemoor held off Woodinville 61-58 in a KingCo 4A girls basketball game Wednesday night.
The Lake Division-leading Vikings (9-1 overall, 4-0 conference) played without injured 6-foot starters Sarah Ena and Chrissy Baumgartner.
Sally Blackner, a 5-foot-10 junior forward, had 17 points and 11 rebounds filling in for Ena, Inglemoor's top scorer at 17.2 points per game.
Williamson, a junior guard, got 10 of her 15 points and was 4 of 4 at the foul line in the fourth quarter.
Ashley Tuiasosopo had 19 points and 12 rebounds and Amanda Best scored 18 for Woodinville (8-3, 3-3).
Other KingCo 4A girls
At Garfield 58, Redmond 55
Kaneshia Brooks hit a three-pointer for Garfield with 1:34 left to snap a tie as the Bulldogs (7-3, 3-1) snapped a three-game losing streak. Briana Lewis scored 15 and Chanieka Williams 14 for Garfield. Courtney Martin had 22 and Christine Isherwood 18 for the Mustangs (2-7, 0-4).
Roosevelt 58, at Lake Washington 49
The fourth-ranked Roughriders (11-0, 6-0) led 42-20 before emptying the bench. Ariel Evans had 11 rebounds and five steals for Roosevelt. Amanda Juarez had 16 points and eight rebounds and Erika Wilson scored 14 for the Kangs (4-6, 2-4).
Eastlake 59, at Ballard 40
A 20-6 third-quarter surge by the Wolves (6-5, 2-4) sealed a victory over the Beavers (4-7, 2-4). Alex Zennan led all scorers with 13 points for Eastlake.
At Bothell 48, Franklin 41
The Cougars sank 7 of 11 fourth-quarter free throws to clinch the victory. Mandy Saintz had 15 and 14 rebounds and Erin Barclay scored 14 for Bothell (9-2, 5-1). Kayce Kirihara scored 14 for Franklin (6-3, 2-3).
Lakeside 65, at Rainier Beach 60, OT
Mary Padden made three free throws with seven seconds left in regulation to tie it, then hit a pair of three-pointers in overtime as the fifth-ranked Lions escaped. Morgan Merriman and Alex Moore-Porter each scored 19 and Padden had 15 for Lakeside (9-3, 5-3 Mountain Division). Tireion Turner had 25 points, seven rebounds and six assists for Beach (7-2, 4-2 Sound).
Holy Names 58, at Ingraham 57
Laura Harmon and Devin Brooks led a fourth-quarter comeback by the No. 4 Cougars (8-2, 6-0 Mountain), who trailed by 10 after three quarters. Brooks, who scored 22, hit the tiebreaking free throw with nine seconds left. Ana Haberman scored 17 and Tashala Spellman 16 for the Rams (2-8, 2-5 Sound).
At Chief Sealth 67, Bishop Blanchet 16
Four players scored in double figures for the top-ranked Vikings (8-3, 7-0 Sound) in a rout of the Braves (2-8, 2-5 Mountain).
Seattle Prep 59, at Nathan Hale 49
Chelsey Nill's 22 points led the sixth-ranked Panthers (9-2, 6-1 Mountain) past the Raiders (5-6, 2-5 Sound).
At West Seattle 62, Eastside Catholic 42
The Wildcats (3-7, 1-6 Sound) raced to a 34-19 halftime lead on the way to their first Metro win. Sivona Lingle scored 15 points and Whitney Elder 14 for West Seattle. Cristine Carlton had a game-high 16 for the Crusaders (0-10, 0-6 Mountain).
At Archbishop Murphy 62, South Whidbey 36
Sophomore forward Alyssa Smith scored 17 as the Wildcats cruised. Lindsey Newman, a sophomore guard, scored 17 for South Whidbey.
King's 63, at Cedarcrest 28
The Knights, ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 1A, led 24-6 after one quarter as they stayed perfect in the conference. Sarah Strand scored 19, Bianca Rowland 16 and Danielle Clauson 15 for King's. Rowland had 13 rebounds.
Seattle Christian 48, at Orting 15
Tianna Homad hit 4 of 6 three-point attempts and had 18 points, eight assists and four steals for the Warriors, who capitalized on 28 turnovers by Orting.
At Bear Creek 47, Chief Leschi 32
Junior post Kimi Pohlman's 30 points and 17 rebounds helped the Grizzlies stay unbeaten in the league.
At Evergreen Lutheran 65, Northwest Yeshiva 43
Erika Laete scored 19 points, Jessica Ide 17 and Corey Warner 14 as the Eagles, ranked third in the state in Class 2B, stayed unbeaten in the league.