Wednesday’s Scores

Dec 1, 2021, 7:49 AM | Updated: 11:42 pm

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Ballard 65, Rainier Beach 10

Bellarmine Prep 61, Kentridge 33

Bellevue Christian 51, Bush 27

Cascade Christian 58, Fife 4

Centralia 56, Fort Vancouver 21

College Place 48, DeSales 22

Coupeville 37, Granite Falls 34

Curlew 38, Northport 34

Eastside Catholic 90, Nathan Hale 30

Eastside Prep 35, Charles Wright Academy 30

Ferris 52, Walla Walla 40

Franklin 54, Lincoln 16

Garfield 93, Blanchet 48

Hazen def. Renton, forfeit

Holy Names 41, Chief Sealth 15

Issaquah 52, Lake Washington 48

King’s 60, Shorewood 34

King’s Way Christian School 58, Evergreen (Vancouver) 16

La Center 47, Adna 36

La Conner 70, Lynden 40

Lakeside (Seattle) 78, Cleveland 5

Marysville-Getchell 41, Bellingham 37

Mount Si 63, Monroe 21

Seattle Prep 53, Roosevelt 49

Seton Catholic 60, Portland Christian, Ore. 25

Shoreline Christian 43, Darrington 38

Snohomish 59, Lynden Christian 58

Timberline 63, Black Hills 42

West Seattle 80, Ingraham 18

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=

Evergreen (Seattle) vs. Vashon Island, ccd.

University Prep vs. Bear Creek School, ccd.

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Some high school basketball scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

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