Hazen won two in a row before losing Tuesday

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

The Highlanders girls basketball team hosted Tahoma Jan. 4.

The girls won its second game in a row, beating the Bears 63-42.

Scoring a team high 14 points for the Highlanders Jan. 4 was senior Madyson Smith. She also recorded a team high four three-pointers.

Recording the team high in total rebounds was Hazen senior Sharaya Coe with 10 — four offensive and six defensive.

Hazen traveled to Kentridge Tuesday to face the league-leading Chargers. The girls lost that matchup 63-38.

Hazen sits in the No. 2 spot in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade Division with a 5-3 conference record and 10-4 overall.

The Highlanders are set to host its next two games before going on the road.

Hazen hosted Kentwood Thursday, after the press deadline. The girls are set to host Kennedy Catholic at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12.

Hazen Boys

The Highlanders (2-6, 4-10) snapped a six game losing streak Jan. 4 by beating Tahoma 52-46.

The boys hosted NPSL 4A Cascade Division leaders Kentridge Tuesday and lost the matchup 65-55.

Hazen traveled to Kentwood Thursday, after the press deadline and will travel to Kennedy Catholic for a 7 p.m. tip off Saturday, Jan. 12.


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Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

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