GIRLS BASKETBALL: Federal Way remains on top of SPSL South; TJ loses another one-pointer

The Federal Way girls remained in a tie with the Emerald Ridge Jaguars in the race for the South Puget Sound League South Division crown.

The Eagles (9-2 overall, 7-1 SPSL South) downed the Todd Beamer Titans Friday night, 68-51. Federal Way got 24 points from Dyesha Belhumeur and 21 from Raven Benton. The Eagles were playing without leading scorer Darah Huertas-Vining.

Federal Way led 30-19 at halftime before tallying 27 points in the third quarter to put the game away.

Beamer (5-6 overall, 2-5 SPSL South) was again led by Megan Huff and Meghan Graf. The pair scored 42 of the Titans' 51 points. Huff had 22 and Graf finished with 20.

Jefferson — The Raiders (4-8 overall, 2-6 SPSL North) lost another heart-breaker, this time to the Kentlake Falcons, 43-42. Jefferson has lost three games this season by one point.

The Raiders got 18 points from Jada Piper, nine from Lindsey Dahl and eight from Chevay Warnes.


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