Renton boys on four game win streak

Renton boys on four game win streak

Renton High School

The Renton Indians boys basketball team is sitting on top of the South Puget Sound League 2A Sound Division with one more regular season game to go.

The boys are 11-2 in conference play and 13-6 overall for the season.

The only SPSL 2A team that has found a way to beat Renton this season is the River Ridge Hawks.

The Hawks beat the Indians in both match ups this season, the first was by three, 72-69, on Dec. 13 and the most recent was Jan. 11 by a score of 78-67.

River Ridge is currently sitting in the No. 2 spot with a 8-4 conference record and 12-6 overall.

The most recent win for Renton came as its fourth in a row.

The Indians beat the Orting Cardinals 86-55 Tuesday.

The regular season ends today, Friday, with an away match up against Highline High School.

Post season play for the Indians begins Jan. 31 at the SPSL crossover tournament held at Clover Park. The SPSL crossover championships will be held at Franklin Pierce on Feb. 4.

The opponents, times and dates for those games had not been posted online at the time of The Reporter’s press deadline.

Girls

The Renton girls basketball team is also leading the SPSL 2A with an 11-1 conference record and 11-4 overall.

The Indians only conference loss came this week, Jan. 23, to Eatonville.

Renton lost 50-42.

The girls played Orting on Tuesday but no scores were available at the time of the press deadline.

Renton will host Highline for the final regular season game of the year today, Friday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m.

The postseason begins Feb. 1 at the SPSL crossover tournament held at Clover Park. The championships will begin Feb. 4 also at Clover Park.

The opponents, times and dates for those games had not been posted online at the time of The Reporter’s press deadline.


Lindbergh High School

The Eagles boys basketball team is sitting in the No. 2 spot of the SPSL 2A Mountain Division with one game left in the regular season.

The boys are 11-2 in conference play and 13-6 overall.

The two league losses came to White River and Foss.

The White River Hornets beat Lindbergh by one, 60-59 on Dec. 6 and Foss won 80-60 on Jan. 6.

The Eagles will host Foss for a rematch at 7 p.m. today, Friday, Jan. 27.

Girls

The girls basketball team is in the No. 3 spot with a 9-4 conference record and 12-7 overall.

The Eagles are currently on a three game win streak as it enters the final regular season game.

Lindbergh travels to Foss to face the Falcons at 7 p.m. today, Friday, Jan. 27.

Postseason play begins for Lindbergh with the SPSL crossover tournament and championships.

The boys begin Jan. 31 and the girls on Feb. 1.


Hazen High School

The boys basketball team has one final game of the season remaining.

The Highlanders are 1-12 in conference play in the North Puget Sound League 4A and 2-17 overall.

Hazen’s only win of the season came Dec. 29 against Lakes, 71-65.

The Highlanders travel to face the Tahoma Bears today, Friday, Jan. 27. Tipoff is set for 7:15 p.m.

Girls

The Highlanders are sitting in the No. 5 spot behind Kentridge, Kentlake, Tahoma and Kentwood.

The girls are 5-7 in conference play and 11-7 overall.

The regular season comes to an end today, Friday, Jan. 27 when Hazen hosts Tahoma. Tipoff is set for 7:15 p.m.

The NPSL subdistrict tournament begins Feb. 2 at Auburn Mountainview High School.


Liberty High School

The Patriots boys basketball team is one game back from the No. 1 spot behind Mercer Island.

Liberty is 9-2 in KingCo 2A/3A play and 12-4 overall.

Four games, three conference and one non-conference, remain in the regular season.

Liberty lost by two, 56-54 to Mercer Island Jan. 3 and host a rematch today. The game is set for 8 p.m.

Girls

The Patriots are 4-7 in conference play and 7-10 overall.

Liberty traveled to Bellevue Wednesday for a game played after The Reporter’s press deadline.

The girls are set to host Mercer Island in the first game of a double header starting at 6:30 p.m. today, Friday, Jan. 27.

The final game of the regular season is scheduled for Jan. 31 against Juanita.


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Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak
Renton boys on four game win streak

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