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Published: Thursday, February 7, 2013, 9:23 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: King's 55, Mount Baker 37

SHORELINE -- King's cruised to a second round victory in the 1A Boys District Basketball Tournament. Caleb Taylor paced King's with 18. Seven other Knights also scored. With Meridian's loss to Lynden Christian in the other semifinal, King's moves on to play the Lyncs in the championship game, which will be played at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at Mountlake Terrace H.S. By advancing to the final game, the Knights have secured a spot in the upcoming Tri-District Tournament.
At King's H.S.
Mount Baker 7 10 7 13 -- 37
King's 14 7 14 20 -- 55
Mount Baker--Murashon 17, Roman 4, Whitmyer 3, Brandland 1, Ransom 2, Munsell 4, Zender 6, Gilmore 0, Douglas 0, Munsell 0. King's--Andrew Ayers 1, Brian Hughes 6, Caleb Taylor 18, Reid Jones 7, David Barhanovich 5, Calvin Kispert 10, Mason Friedline 7, Joe Stack 1. 3-point goals--Murashon 3, Taylor 1. Records--Mount Baker 7-15 overall. King's 17-5.

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