Kentridge secures Cascade title, faces Todd Beamer for top seed to district playoffs

Kentridge secures Cascade title, faces Todd Beamer for top seed to district playoffs

Denckla leads balanced attack in 68-53 win against Tahoma

  • Tuesday, February 4, 2020 7:58pm
  • Sports

Kiernen Denckla scored 18 points to lead a balanced attack as Kentridge defeated Tahoma 68-53 in a tiebreaker to capture the North Puget Sound League Cascade Division title Monday night at Mount Rainier High School in Des Moines.

Naomi Hall-Schiffner scored 16 points, Martina Lam had 14 and Dayla Ballena finished with 13 for the Chargers (14-1, 19-3).

The teams split their regular-season meetings, necessitating a playoff.

Kentridge plays Todd Beamer, the NPSL Olympic champion, for the overall league title and top seed to next week’s district playoffs. Tipoff is 7 p.m. Friday at Todd Beamer High School in Federal Way.


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