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Published: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 10:13 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Meadowdale 91, Lynnwood 42

BOTHELL -- Meadowdale outscored Lynnwood 28-10 in the second quarter and cruised to the nonconference win. Jacob Perkins led the Mavs with 17 points and 11 rebounds and Caleb Tingstad added 13 points. The Royals' Jake Taschner scored 15 points.
At Lynnwood H.S.
Meadowdale 16 28 30 17 -- 91
Lynnwood 14 10 13 5 -- 42
Meadowdale--Kenley Ackerman 2, Landon Hopkins 6, Charlie White 7, Malik Braxton 6, Barrett Carlow 7, Griffin Over 12, Jacob Perkins 17, Colin Costello 10, Chikodi Ezeokeke 1, Aaron Gurley 2, Aidan O'Neill 8, Caleb Tingstad 13. Lynnwood--Jake Taschner 15, Robert Todorov 6, Cordell Smith 3, Patrick Smith 0, David Vo 0, Montinque Thomas 4, Bryce Milne 4, Greyson Elwell 0, Lamar Patrick 1, Malik Sims 0, David Nguyen 2, Tyler McArthur 2, Ramon Cisneros 5. 3-point goals--Braxton 2, Carlow 2, Over 2, Costello, O'Neill 2, Taschner 2. Records--Meadowdale 1-0 overall. Lynnwood 0-1.

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Story tags » Lynnwood High SchoolMeadowdale High School High School Basketball

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