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BOYS BASKETBALL: Beamer, Federal Way keep winning in SPSL South; TJ, Decatur lose

The Todd Beamer Titans won their 13th game of the season Tuesday over the Bethel Braves, 68-59.

The victory kept the Titans in third place in the South Puget Sound League South Division behind Curtis and Federal Way. Beamer led 36-25 at halftime before Bethel fought back in the third quarter to tighten the score to 47-42 entering the fourth.

The Titans (13-4 overall, 9-4 SPSL South) had four players score in double figures Tuesday, led by Bogdon Blizenyuk's 15. Trey Burch-Manning, Juwan Flowers and Charles Frazier all tallied 14 points for Beamer.

Federal Way — The Eagles dominated Graham-Kapowsin Tuesday night in SPSL South action, 72-33. The win keeps Federal Way in second place in the South behind Curtis.

The Eagles (15-3 overall, 11-3 SPSL South) had four players score in double figures. Adrian Davis finished with 13, Viont'e Daniels finished with 12, Brayon Blake tallied 11 and D'Londo Tucker had 10 points.

Jefferson — The Raiders (9-7 overall, 8-5 SPSL North) dropped their second game in a row Tuesday to Mount Rainier, 66-57. After a back-and-forth first half, the Rams took control of the game by outscoring TJ, 16-7, in the third quarter.

Daryon James and Daniel Park both finished with 15 points for the Raiders and Deonte Anderson chipped in 11.

Decatur — The Gators fell under .500 with a 63-53 loss to the Peninsula Seahawks in Purdy Tuesday.

Decatur (8-9 overall, 3-4 SPSL 3A) jumped out to a 21-12 lead after the first quarter and led 36-26 at halftime. But the Seahawks outscored the Gators, 37-17, in the second half.

Decatur's Jason Young scored a game-high 31 and Kevin Locascio finished with 11.

 

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