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Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 9:39 p.m.

Big fourth quarter leads Sultan boys past Cedarcrest

DUVALL — Unlike last Friday night, the Sultan boys basketball team made a charge in the fourth quarter for a big win Tuesday.
After scoring only one point in the final quarter in a loss to King’s four days ago, the Turks outscord Cedarcrest 20-12 in the fourth quarter to edge the Red Wolves 60-56 in a key Cascade Conference game and end a four-game skid.
Sultan’s Giovonni Williams scored 25 points in the win and Deion Bonilla added 10.
Cedarcrest was led by Jordan Corpus, who hit six 3-pointers and ended with a game-high 26 points.
At Cedarcrest H.S.
Sultan 13 15 12 20 — 60
Cedarcrest 6 21 17 12 — 56
Sultan—Robbie Rappuhn 5, Giovonni Williams 25, Chris Walcott 2, Tyler Morris 6, Cooper Beucherie 3, Antonio Rivas 9, Deion Bonilla 10. Cedarcrest—Adam Davenport 2, Nick Peden 3, Austin Paxman 15, Jordan Corpus 26, Robert Cha 6, Chad Klingenberg 4. 3-point goals—Rappuhn, Williams, Morris, Rivas 2, Peden, Paxman 5, Corpus 6, Cha 2. Records—Sultan 6-4 league, 9-6 overall. Cedarcrest 7-3, 10-6.

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