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Published: Friday, December 14, 2012, 9:26 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Lake Stevens 59, Snohomish 50

LAKE STEVENS -- Lake Stevens took a one point lead at the end of the third quarter and widened it with the help of 13 fourth-quarter points from Dakota Tomson in the Wesco 4A North win. Tomson's 24 total points along with 15 from Devin Stoen helped Lake Stevens to its first league win. Steele Morgan led Snohomish with 14 points.
At Lake Stevens H.S.
Snohomish 10 18 8 14 -- 50
Lake Stevens 13 9 15 22 -- 59
Snohomish--Steele Morgan 14, Josh Baird 2, Russell Crippen 11, Josh Bauska 3, Josh Shogren 2, Tanner Arrington 7, Ty Carlson 2, Andrew Ivelia 0, Wyatt Harris 4, Collin Kane 5. Lake Stevens--Dakota Tomson 24, Frazer Carpenter 0, Devin Stoen 15, Jared Rahn 7, Joe Hendrickson 0, Ryan Lian 5, Moussa Sanoh 6, CJ Lat 2, Jacob Stone 0, Brice Dodge 0, Tory Rothgeb 0. 3-point goals--Morgan 1, Bauska 1, Tomson 2, Lian 1. Records--Snohomish 1-2 league, 3-4 overall. Lake Stevens 1-1, 2-3.

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Story tags » Lake Stevens High SchoolSnohomish High SchoolHigh School Basketball

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