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Published: Saturday, February 16, 2013, 11:26 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: King's 51, Eatonville 37

LYNNWOOD -- Behind 14 points from Calvin Kispert and 13 from Caleb Taylor, King's held off Eatonville to win the 1A Tri-District tournament contest and advance to regionals. The Knights' next opponent will be Kalama. The two teams will play a winner-to-state/loser-out game at W.F. West H.S. in Chehalis next Saturday at 4 p.m.
At Lynnwood H.S.
Eatonville 15 9 6 7 -- 37
King's 15 10 13 13 -- 51
Eatonville--Brendan Davis 19, Zach Fairhart 7, Kyler Hecker 0, Caleb Keefer 8, Eric Mead 3, Jeff Patterson 0, Marcos Sanchez 0, Caleb Schmidt 0, Ryan Waterman 0. King's--Andrew Ayers 2, Brian Hughes 2, Caleb Taylor 13, Reid Jones 6, Josh Alexander 0, David Barhanovich 5, Jacob Storkson 6, Daniel Fouty 0, Calvin Kispert 14, Mason Friedline 3. 3-point goals--Davis 3, Taylor 2, Barhanovich, Storkson 2. Records--Eatonville 16-7 overall. King's 18-6.

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