Bears lose to No. 2 Hazen Highlanders

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

The Tahoma Bears girls basketball team fell to Hazen Jan. 4 on the road.

The loss is the Bears fourth in a row. The girls last win came Dec. 20 when Tahoma beat Mount Rainier 62-43.

Senior Lily Knutson scored a team high 12 points during Friday’s match up.

Senior Kailey Pfeiffer had a team high nine rebounds — three offensive and six defensive. She also recorded a steal during the loss to Hazen.

The girls are currently sitting in second to last place in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade Division.

Tahoma is 2-5 in conference play and 4-9 overall.

The girls hosted Kennedy Catholic Tuesday, after the press deadline, before traveling for its next four games.

The Bears return home Jan. 22 to host the now-league leading Kentridge Chargers.

Tahoma Boys

The Bears (2-5, 7-5) also faced Hazen Jan. 4 and lost 52-46.

The loss snaps the Bears four game win streak.

The boys traveled to Kennedy Catholic Tuesday and hosted Kent-Meridian Thursday, both after the press deadline.

The Bears will travel to Kentlake for a 7 p.m. tip off against the Falcons Saturday, Jan. 12.

Kentwood Girls

The Conquerors are in the middle of the pack in the NPSL 4A Cascade Division with a 3-3 conference and 6-6 overall record.

The girls recently fell 53-34 to Kentlake Jan. 4.

Kentwood hosted Mount Rainier Tuesday, after the press deadline.

The Conks return home Jan. 15 to host Tahoma. Tip off is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Kentwood Boys

The Conks are neck and neck with the No. 1 Kentridge Chargers.

The boys are in second place in the NPSL 4A Cascade Division with a 5-2 conference record and a 8-4 overall record.

The Conks won the first matchup against the Chargers, 55-43 Dec. 20.

The two will face off again Jan. 18 at Kentridge.

Most recently, Kentwood beat Kentlake 81-63 Jan. 4.

On Tuesday, Kentwood traveled to Mount Rainier, after the press deadline. The Conks also hosted Hazen Thursday for its final home game of the regular season.

The boys will finish the regular season on the road with a stop at the accesso ShoWare Center for the 2019 KING Showcase Jan. 21.

Kentlake Girls

The win over Kentwood for the Falcons snapped a five game losing streak.

The Falcons went on the road this week to face Kent-Meridian and Mount Rainier.

The girls return home Saturday, Jan. 12 to host the Bears. Tip off is set for 5:30 p.m.

The girls are in fourth place in the NPSL 4A Cascade Division with a 3-3 conference record and 4-8 overall record.

Kentlake Boys

The Falcons sit in the third spot in the NPSL 4A Cascade Division behind No. 1 Kentridge and No. 2 Kentwood.

The boys recently fell 81-63 to Kentwood.

The Falcons traveled to Kent-Meridian Tuesday and were set to host Mount Rainier Thursday, after the press deadline.

The Tahoma Bears will come to Kentlake Saturday, Jan. 12 for a 7 p.m. game against the Falcons.


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Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

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