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State 4A: Two winners

Lewis and Clark steam rollered Jackson 62-31 today to remain alive for a girls basketball trophy. Three seniors, Jeneva Anderson, Sarah Kliewer and Emily Travis played roles. Anderson and Travis particularly with 29 points combined and timely defense and rebounding. Youngsters Mary Blevins and Haley Hendricksen combined for 22 of LC's whopping 66 rebounds.

Also, although there were doubters, Moses Lake came through for a hard-earned 48-44 victory over Auburn-Riverside. Key down the stretch was Kelly Sutherland who missed a couple of free throws with the Chiefs up by two points, but Moses Lake got the ball back and took off a number of seconds in back court before Sutherland buried a jumper with 21 seconds left. Jordan Loera had 21 points and Carly Noyes added 14 and had 10 rebounds. They both came up with big points in the taught contest when A-R made a run. Sutherland scored 12.

Eisenhower boys trailed 29-15 at half, but scored 51 in the second two quarters to win 66-64.




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