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All four Renton teams win, remain near top of standings | Girls basketball roundup
The Renton girls basketball dominated early in the game Friday to beat Foster 77-32 and stay in first place in the Seamount.
The Indians (7-4 overall, 6-0 Seamount) lead Hazen, Kennedy Catholic and Lindbergh by two games in the league standings.
Friday night, Renton went up 33-2 in the first quarter and also enjoyed a 24-4 advantage in the third.
Shanease Kinner led Renton with 22 points. Taylor Farris added 18. Ten Indians scored in the game.
Bianca Benavides led Foster with 18 points.
Hazen 70, Tyee 53
Hazen's Airashay Rogers exploded for 44 points as the Highlanders beat Tyee 70-53 Friday.
Hazen (5-5, 4-2) sits tied for second place in the Seamount. The Highlanders outscored Tyee 40-26 in the second half. Rogers finished with 44 points, 17 rebounds five blocks, five steals and five assists. Tyra Markey added 12 points.
Arinesha Smith scored 38 points for Tyee.
Lindbergh 56, Evergreen 15
Lindbergh held Evergreen to five points or fewer in every quarter on the way to a 56-15 win Friday.
The Eagles (5-4, 4-2) are tied for second place in the Seamount.
Emily Graver led Lindbergh with 19 points and five assists.
Liberty 55, Interlake 36
Liberty topped Interlake 55-36 Friday to remain tied for first place in the KingCo 3A/2A.
The Patriots (9-3, 5-1 KingCo 3A/2A) bounced back from their only league loss of the season to Lake Washington (by one point in overtime), Jan. 4 to cruise against Interlake. Liberty led by 21 heading into the final quarter.
Delane Agnew led Liberty with 16 points. Aspen Winegar added 15.