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Published: Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 10:30 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Meadowdale 63, Everett 54

LYNNWOOD — Meadowdale came alive in the second quarter, outscoring Everett 31-5, and the Mavericks went on to earn the Wesco 3A victory. Five Meadowdale players scored in double figures, led by Barrett Carlow’s 14 points, and Jacob Perkins recorded a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Noah Juarez scored 12 points for the Seagulls.
At Meadowdale H.S.
Everett 17 5 14 18 — 54
Meadowdale 9 31 9 14 — 63
Everett—Jace Chacon 10, David Popach 5, Nate Tuck 2, Nick Kopp 11, Paul Larson 5, Vaughn Felder 0, Noah Juarez 12, Dominic Barashkoff 3, Phil Wilson 6, Griffin Gish 0. Meadowdale—Landon Hopkins 3, Charlie White 10, Malik Braxton 10, Eyasu Mulugetta 2, Barrett Carlow 14, Griffin Over 13, Jacob Perkins 11, Chikodi Ezeokeke 0, Aaron Gurley 0, Aidan O’Neill 0. 3-point goals—Popach, Kopp 2, Larson, Juarez, Barashkoff, Braxton 2, Over 3. Records—Everett 4-2 league, 7-6 overall. Meadowdale 2-4, 8-5.

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Story tags » Meadowdale High School Everett High School High School Basketball

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