Boys, girls basketball postseason results

4A West Central/Southwest District tournament games scheduled for this week.

4A West Central/Southwest District boys, girls basketball tournament updates

Boys basketball

Federal Way High School Eagles won the North Puget Sound League tournament 89-52 against Kentridge on Feb. 2. Decatur placed eighth after a close loss (69-64) to Kennedy Catholic on Feb. 1. Thomas Jefferson finished ninth after defeating Todd Beamer 67-45, leaving the Titans in 10th place.

All four boys basketball teams from Federal Way will compete in West Central/Southwest Districts tournament this week.

Scheduled games/results:

Feb. 6, loser out

Todd Beamer lost to South Kitsap 53-51.

Decatur lost to Battle Ground 67-48.

Thomas Jefferson lost to Rogers (Puyallup) 62-58.

Feb. 7

Federal Way faced Rogers at home on Feb. 7, dominating with an 82-33 win.

Feb. 13

The Eagles took on Puyallup, winning 73-64 on Feb. 13.

Feb. 15

Federal Way vs. Union Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. at Stadium High School (111 N. E Street in Tacoma).

Girls basketball

Todd Beamer lady Titans placed second in the league with a 78-51 loss to Kentridge on Feb. 2. Thomas Jefferson girls basketball team finished third with a win against Kentwood (52-33).

Todd Beamer and Thomas Jefferson girls basketball teams will continue their battle this week during the 4A West Central/Southwest Districts tournament.

Scheduled games/results:

Feb. 7

Thomas Jefferson beat Kennedy Catholic 51-39 on Feb. 7

Todd Beamer beat Olympia 53-36 on Feb. 7.

Feb. 13

Local rivarly hit the court Feb. 13 when Todd Beamer beat Thomas Jefferson 55-49.

Feb. 14

Thomas Jefferson narrowly beat Auburn 43-41 on Feb. 14

Feb. 15

Todd Beamer advances to face Bellarmine Feb. 15 at 7:45 p.m. at Auburn Mountainview High School (28900 124th Avenue SE in Auburn).

Thomas Jefferson takes on Curtis at Clover Park High School Feb. 15 at 7:45 p.m.


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