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White River outscored the Eagles 24-4 in the first quarter and 14-8 in the second to take a 38-12 lead into halftime.
Led by Taylor Farris and her 25 points, the Indians jumped out to a 17-0 first quarter lead and never looked back.
Melissa Blue and Anastasia Pallis, both 18, were among eight Washington teens honored and will receive engraved bronze medallions.
Main sticking point is change from pension to 401K for new hires.
The win means the Indians will move on to play the White River Hornets on Saturday at Lakes High School for the 2A league championship and the No. 1 seed headed into the district tournament.
Jenna Louie led the way for the Eagles with 32.275 points overall.
Highline jumped out to an 8-5 lead after the first quarter, but could not hold the Eagles down for long as they came roaring back in the second to take a 19-15 lead into halftime.
The Eagles returned to the floor fired up for the second half, outscoring Highline 17-6 in the third.
Renton's Taylor Farris led all scorers with 24 points.
The loss is the first of the year for the Renton program and sends them into the Sub-District tournament with a 19-1 overall record and a 13-1 conference record.