"Defensively, Wall was the MVP of their league and so holding him to three points was really big for us tonight," said Knights head coach Rick Skeen.
When asked how they did it, Skeen replied, "David Barhanovich is how we did it."
Caleb Taylor and Calvin Kispert led on offense for Kings with 14 and 13 points, repsectively, and Kispert led the Knights with eight rebounds.
At WF West H.S.
King's 16 17 8 16 -- 57
Kalama 10 16 7 15 -- 48
King's--Andrew Ayers 10, Brian Hughes 2, Caleb Taylor 14, Reid Jones 3, Josh Alexander 0, David Barhanovich 7, Jacob Storkson 0, Daniel Fouty 4, Calvin Kispert 13, Mason Friedline 4. Kalama--Wall 3, Vossen 14, Shagool 14, Vaughn 0, Bannister 10, Neiman 7, Carter 0, Esary 0. 3-point goals--Ayers 3, Barhanovich 1, Vossen 4, Bannister 1. Records--King's 19-6 overall. Kalama not reported.
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