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Published: Saturday, December 29, 2012, 8:33 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Lake Stevens 60, St. Albert 44

SAN DIEGO -- Devin Stoen scored 22 points to help Lake Stevens beat St. Albert (Alberta) and finish seventh in the Slam bracket at the San Diego Surf 'N Slam tournament.
At Mission Bay H.S.
St. Albert 8 11 13 12 -- 44
Lake Stevens 21 16 14 9 -- 60
St. Albert--Vilsvak 11, Thera 12, Sanchez 2, Beztilny 4, Fink 8, Morrison 0, Seabec 0, Saledes 7. Lake Stevens--Dakota Tomson 8, Frazer Carpenter 2, Devin Stoen 22, Jared Rahn 10, Joe Hendrickson 5, Moussa Sanoh 4, CJ Lat 4, Jacob Stone 0, Brice Dodge 0, Tory Rothgeb 5. 3-point goals--Vilsvak, Fink, Stoen 3, Rahn 2. Records--Lake Stevens 3-7 overall. St. Albert not reported.

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