Brent Knowles started the game strong as Mount Si took an early lead in the game against Issaquah. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Brent Knowles started the game strong as Mount Si took an early lead in the game against Issaquah. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Boys and girls face off against Issaquah on Senior Night

The Mount Si boys and girls varsity basketball teams ended their winter season with mixed results at their Senior Night games on Friday, Feb. 2.

Both teams faced off against Issaquah, which proved to be tough opponents.

The varsity girls lost their match against Issaquah 49 to 59. The loss puts their total record for the season at six wins and 14 losses. The Mount Si girls team finished eighth in the 4A KingCo league and did not make it to the KingCo finals tournament.

The varsity boys team claimed a hard-fought win over the Eagles, 68 to 53, ending their season at third overall with a record of 11 wins and nine losses.

Mount Si will move on to compete in the 4A KingCo Finals at Lake Washington High School on Friday, Feb. 9, where they will play Eastlake.

Nitika Kumar gets around her opponent with the help of a teammate. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Nitika Kumar gets around her opponent with the help of a teammate. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Jabe Mullins breaks away form his opponents and scores in the first half. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Jabe Mullins breaks away form his opponents and scores in the first half. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Lauren Wilbourne finds a way through the Issaquah players and takes a shot. (Photo courtesy of Calder Productions)

Lauren Wilbourne finds a way through the Issaquah players and takes a shot. (Photo courtesy of Calder Productions)

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