The Inglemoor High boys basketball team used a fourth-quarter run to turn a close game into a 55-37 conference blowout of Newport on Jan. 3 in Bellevue.
Inglemoor (2-3 KingCo, 3-7) led by just six points after three quarters but outscored Newport 19-7 in the fourth period.
Next, the Vikings are scheduled to play Mount Si at 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 6 in Snoqualmie.
Issaquah 70, Bothell 68
A late fourth-quarter rally fell short for the Cougars on Tuesday as Bothell lost for the second consecutive time at home and for the first time in conference play.
Bothell (4-1, 9-2) trailed by 12 points midway through the fourth quarter, but a 3-pointer from senior Cameron Tyson drew the Cougars within 64-63 with less than a minute to play.
Issaquah (4-1, 7-4) hit free throws down the stretch to put the game on ice.
Next, Bothell is scheduled to continue conference play with a game against Woodinville at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 6 in Woodinville.
South Whidbey 64, Cedar Park 63
The Eagles dropped a thriller on Tuesday in Langley, falling to a conference opponent for the second time this season.
Cedar Park (2-3 Cascade Conference, 6-6) has lost three of the last four games after starting out the season 5-3.
Next, the Eagles are set to play a nonconference game against Evergreen at 7 p.m. on Thursday in Bothell.
Cedar Park 42, Granite Falls 28
Freshman Irena Korolenko led the Eagles to a big conference victory on Jan. 3 at home, finishing with 12 points, 14 rebounds and seven steals.
Amandalyn Boersema had 11 points and Sela Flynn scored 10 points in the win for the Eagles (2-3 Cascade, 6-6), who have won the last three games.
Cedar Park led 13-1 after the first quarter and 20-5 at halftime.
Next, Cedar Park is scheduled to play Vashon Island at 7 p.m. on Jan. 7 at home.