Renton boys basketball advances to regionals

Photo by Sarah Brenden
                                Renton senior Damarco Williams goes up for two past two Foss defenders Thursday during the Indians 67-62 win.

Photo by Sarah Brenden Renton senior Damarco Williams goes up for two past two Foss defenders Thursday during the Indians 67-62 win.

The Renton Indians boys basketball advanced to the district semifinals.

The boys beat Foss 67-62 Thursday.

The semifinals game against North Kitsap was played Feb. 15.

The Indians lost the matchup 57-49 to North Kitsap.

The loss advanced Renton to a seeding game against Fife. The boys lost 77-68, securing Renton as the No. 4 team entering regionals.

In a loser out game, Renton will face Mark Morris at 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Tumwater High School.

If the Indians win, the boys will play again Feb. 27.

Renton Girls

The girls basketball team will also enter regionals in the No. 4 spot.

The Indians went 2-2 at districts winning its first two matchups.

The girls beat Kingston 63-57 Feb. 7 in the first round and beat Foster 53-45 Feb. 14.

Renton lost 52-41 in the semifinals to Port Angeles.

In the seeding game, the Indians lost 46-45 to North Kitsap.

In a loser out game, the Indians will face Burlington-Edison 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at Everett Community College in the regionals round of state.

Lindbergh Boys

The Eagles season ended two games into the districts tournament.

The boys lost 83-51 in the first round to North Kitsap and fell 53-42 to Olympic in a loser out game.

Lindbergh Girls

The Eagles girls season also ended two games into the districts tournament.

Lindbergh lost Feb. 7 to Sequim 47-28.

In a loser out game, the Eagles lost 52-49 to Franklin Pierce Feb. 15.

Hazen Boys

The Highlanders season ended with a 66-64 loss to Todd Beamer Jan. 31 in the North Puget Sound League tournament.

Hazen Girls

The Highlanders advance to regionals as the No. 7 seed following its run during districts.

The girls beat Curtis 44-43 Feb. 7 in the opening round of districts.

Hazen lost its second game Feb. 13 to Camas 58-33.

In a loser out game Feb. 14 the Highlanders beat Skyview 46-43 before losing 47-36 to Rogers (Puyallup) Feb. 15.

To end districts in a loser out, winner to state game the Highlanders beat Thomas Jefferson 63-54.

The state tournament begins with the regionals round 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Puyallup High School with a loser out game against Curtis.

Liberty Boys

The Patriots advance to regionals in the No. 4 spot in District 1/2.

The boys began districts with a bye week and lost its first game 58-55 against Burlington-Edison Feb. 14.

On Feb. 15 the Patriots beat Bellingham 70-51 to keep its season alive.

Liberty beat Sehome 80-73 Feb. 16 to advance to a seeding game against Burlington-Edison.

The Patriots fell 64-44, securing the No. 4 spot.

Liberty will face Steilacoom 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Mount Tahoma High School in the regionals round of state.

Liberty Girls

The Patriots season ended after a 52-48 loss Feb. 15 to Bellingham High School during districts.

The girls won its first districts game 44-38 over Sehome Feb. 7 before losing 55-34 to Anacortes Feb. 14.


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Senior guard Isaiah Littletries to shake his opponent. Photo by Sarah Brenden

Senior guard Isaiah Littletries to shake his opponent. Photo by Sarah Brenden

Junior guard O’Shae Barquet fights for possession. Photo by Kayse Angel

Junior guard O’Shae Barquet fights for possession. Photo by Kayse Angel

Junior guard Terrance Meneese goes for the lay in. Photo by Kayse Angel

Junior guard Terrance Meneese goes for the lay in. Photo by Kayse Angel

Photos by Kayse Angel

Photos by Kayse Angel

Photos by Kayse Angel

Photos by Kayse Angel

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