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Published: Thursday, December 20, 2012, 9:54 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Arlington 83, Mount Vernon 59

ARLINGTON -- Terry Dawn scored 19 points and Kaleb Bryson hit five 3-pointers as Arlington knocked off Mount Vernon to take sole possession of first place in the Wesco 4A North. The Eagles also received 16 rebounds off the bench from Nate Lewis. Casey Leek led the Bulldogs with 19 points.
At Arlington H.S.
Mount Vernon 14 15 12 18 -- 59
Arlington 27 15 22 19 -- 83
Mount Vernon--Robert Monroe 2, Melvin Walser 2, Ian Johnson 2, Miles Witt 5, Adrian Johnston 2, Kevin Hofstad 16, Seth Jensen 0, Andrew Roozen 9, Mitchell Wohlman 0, Evan Repplier 1, Casey Leek 19. Arlington--Kaleb Bryson 15, Terry Dawn 19, Gavin Smoke 15, Shawn Adams 2, Nathan Aune, Noah Jones 8, AJ Passalaqua 10, Bradey Brummel 13, Ryan Walker 0, Nate Lewis 0, 16 rebounds off bench, Russell Smithson 1. 3-point goals--Bryson 5, Dawn, Smoke 3, Passalaqua 2, Brummel 2, Witt, Hofstad 3. Records--Mount Vernon 3-1 league, 4-3 overall. Arlington 4-0, 8-0.

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Story tags » Arlington High SchoolHigh School BasketballMount Vernon High School

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