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Published: Saturday, December 29, 2012, 10:34 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 61, Darrington 37

DARRINGTON -- Jeremiah Lee scored 26 points and Isaiah VanDam added 11 to help Grace Academy to a nonleague victory over Darrington. The Loggers' Eric Meece made four 3-pointers and finished with 12 points.
At Darrington H.S.
Grace Academy 13 12 15 21 -- 61
Darrington 6 7 14 10 -- 37
Grace Academy--Rami Moussi 0, Luke Mulvanny 0, James Eneix 3, Drew Ridewood 3, Jeremiah Lee 26, Chase Graves, Matthew Tuttle 2, Isaiah VanDam 11, Nolan Smith 3, Jose Jr Flores 0, Josh Lee 5, Josiah Lugg 8, Chris Eldred 0. Darrington--Tyler Simmons 6, Austin Edwards 4, Cory Lucas 0, Nolan Meece 0, Trent Green 4, Felipe Valencia 9, Eric Meece 12, Colin Davis 2, Josh Wiegand 0. 3-point goals--Eneix, Je. Lee 2, Ridewood, Smith, Green, Valencia, E. Meece 4. Records--Grace Academy 7-5 overall. Darrington 1-10.

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Story tags » Darrington High/Middle SchoolGrace AcademyHigh School Basketball

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