Chase made it a double-double night, attacking the boards for 18 rebounds. He had 31 points in the second half and finished the night with 5 treys. Coach Bill Liley told us in the spring that Chase would be a good one, good call Coach Liley.
Meadowdale made it 13 straight, beating Jackson 56-45. The little guys did it with guards Jake Linton and Larod Lover scoring 13 each.
Mountlake Terrace beat Kamiak 53-42. 6-4 sophomore forward Justynn Hammond scored 22. Tyler Martinez had 16 in the loss.
Shorewood mauled Mariner 71-55. Michael Stiles (pictured) scored 35. Wesley Burns had 25 in the loss.
Snohomish beat Oak Harbor 76-63. 6-7 junior Jon Brockman scored 32. Senior guard Jeremy Brown had 24 in the loss.
Mount Vernon edged Marysville-Pilchuck 76-74 in OT. Junior guard Justin Burns scored 24, 12 of those in overtime.
Lake Stevens beat Cascade 67-38. Bobby Bernethy scored 21.
Auburn remained unbeaten in SPSL, edging Kent-Meridian 63-62. Dan Stafford scored 26, Pace Pendleton had a d-d with 20 and 10, points and rebounds and Kraig Summers drained a three ball at the horn to save the day. Bryant Lane scored 17 in the loss.
Kentwood beat Auburn Riverside 83-54 without academically suspended Rodney Stuckey. Junior guard Blake Solomon (pictured at right) scored 26 and Aaron Boyce added 21. Brandon Smith had 16 in the loss.
Kentlake edged Sumner 69-67 behind Jon Ralph's 22 points. Ryan O'Flaherty scored 22 in the loss.
Kentridge got by Tahoma 55-41. James Fredrickson scored 21.
In the SPSL South Bethel remained perfect, edging federal Way 52-51. 6-2 junior wing Jamil Turner scored 15 and 6-8 junior Alex Tiefenthaler hit the game winner.
Puyallup canned Curtis 79-45. Johnny Spevak scored 22.
Decatur jacked Jefferson 66-62. Kellen McCaffrey scored 18.
In the Big Nine Davis beat Kennewick 84-57. Humberto Perez scored 28, Eddie Paola added 18 and Jeremy Mangum (pictured) logged an incredible 16 steals as the Pirates remained unbeaten at 12-0.
In KingCo 4A Franklin held off Woodinville 64-60. 6-6 junior forward Richie Phillips scored 19 and senior guard Lyndale Burleson added 14 points to go with 8 dimes and 6 steals.
Bothell beat Garfield 69-60. Senior guard Stefan Clark scored 20 while Micah Downs collected another d-d with 18 points and an even dozen rebounds. Senior guard Omar Tompson had 15 for the Dogs.
Inglemoor beat Lake Washington 76-64. Senior guard Ken Nwaelele had 19, 6-7 senior Jordan White-Frisbee had a d-d with 17 points and 11 boards and senior guard Steve Anderson added 17 points. Andrew Haskins scored 24 and grabbed 18 boards in the loss.
In KingCo 3A Mercer Island moved to 16-1 with a 67-62 win over Bellevue. Senior guard Kahlil Mathews (pictured at right) scored 32. Steve Kost had 17 in the loss.
Interlake topped Mount Si 59-45. Bryce Bingham scored 20.
Issaquah hammered Cedarcrest 84-53. 5-10 junior guard Garrison Carr scored 29 and nailed 9, count em, 9 threes.
Skyline got by Newport 62-54. Shaun McKinley scored 16 and 6-10 sophomore Nick Jones (pictured at left) had a d-d, scoring 15 and grabbing 10 boards. Gary Peterson scored 22 in the loss.
O'Dea beat Bainbridge 55-43. Junior guard Mitch Johnson scored 16.
Cleveland nailed Nathan Hale 66-50. Jason Pegues scored 22.
Metro league front runner Rainier Beach thumped Chief Sealth 94-52. 6-6 freshman Emeka Iweka (pictured at right) scored 18 and got the d-d with 11 boards. Terrence Williams added 17 points and 12 dimes for another double-double. And CJ Giles made it 3 d-ds with 14 points and 10 boards. The Vikes are 15-1.
In the Seamount's King Division Renton routed Tyee 87-43. Senior point guard Jeff Burns had 22 while 6-4 senior wing Lael Johnson added a d-d with 18 points and 11 boards.
Evergreen took care of Kennedy 73-57. Cortlee Harris scored 26, Ron Rhodes 18 and Jamaal Collins 17. Freshman DeAngelo Jones had 25 and Zach Cooper added 24 in the loss.
In the Pierce Division White River topped Clover Park 62-49. Tyler Nixon scored 16. The Hornets are 14-2, 9-0 in league games.
Squalicum stunned home team Bellingham 60-58 to force a tie atop the NWL. Dustin Jones scored 19, 14 of those in the 4th quarter. Both squads are 8-1 in league play. The Storm finished with a 16-2 run. Senior guard Tim Sellereit had 21 in the loss.
Sedro-Woolley beat Lynden 70-46. 6-6 center Brent Schiefelbein scored 25.
Lynden Christian beat Lakewood 71-39. 6-7 sophomore Kyle Coston scored 22.
In the Mid-Valley League Selah beat Wapato 91-44. Chris Miller and Zane Peterson scored 16 each and Erik Bell added 15.
Hanford beat Prosser 71-52. Admir Beribak scored 30.
Meridian handed Mount Baker their first NCC loss 71-55. Senior guard Cameron Gilmore scored 24 fellow senior Mac VanDiest had a d-d with 15 points and 12 boards. Garrett Hogue scored 15 in the loss.