GIRLS BASKETBALL: KL’s Comstock, KW remain hot

Morganne Comstock continued to deliver the goods for the Kentlake High girls basketball team last Friday afternoon at the ShoWare Center in Kent.

Comstock, a sweet-shooting guard, scored a game-high 21 points, leading the Falcons past Kent-Meridian 53-34 in a South Puget Sound League North Division game.

It was the second straight game Comstock, a junior, has eclipsed the 20-point barrier. Comstock continued to surge on Saturday, pouring in a game-high 20 points in a 68-53 loss to Federal Way. The road didn’t get any easy for the Falcons (8-7 in league, 11-8 overall), who fell to Auburn Riverside on Tuesday 82-32.

Despite two straight losses, the Falcons clinched a playoff berth with their win over Kent-Meridian.

Kentwood rolls on

The perfect season continued for Kentwood this past week with wins a win Friday over Kentridge (46-21), Saturday over Auburn (68-42) and Tuesday over Tahoma (81-36).

The three straight wins helped the Conquerors officially seal the SPSL North crown, their fourth straight.

Kentwood’s Lindsey Moore continued her push for her second straight North Division MVP honor, leading the Conquerors in scoring against Kentridge (14) and Auburn (23). Jessie Genger paced Kentwood against Tahoma with 19 points.