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Published: Friday, December 28, 2012, 8:32 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Pitt Meadows (B.C.) 54, Cascade 52

BELLINGHAM -- Brevin Brown made a 3-point play to put Cascade up by a point with less than a minute left, but Pitt Meadows scored the final three points of the game to edge the Bruins at the Prostock Winter Classic. Brown and Steven Gallardo each scored 16 points to lead Cascade.
At Bellingham H.S.
Pitt Meadows, BC 5 13 22 14 -- 54
Cascade 17 11 13 11 -- 52
Pitt Meadows--Canjura 15, Toor 6, Tadeo 1, Rich 2, Nashimoto 8, Wewala 1, Marshall 11, Smith 8, Dasilva 2. Cascade--Cameron McGrath 10, Blake Guidice, Brevin Brown 16, Casey Bergmans 2, Steven Gallardo 16 8 rebounds, Nick Benenati 2, Isaiah Gotell 2, Enrique Gonzalez, Justin Gordon 2, Brennan Hancock, Jack Nazy. 3-point goals--Canjura, Marshall 2, Mcgrath 2, Brown 2, Gallardo. Records--Pitt Meadows not reported. Cascade 1-9.

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