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Published: Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 9:35 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Arlington 69, Kamiak 58

ARLINGTON — Kaleb Bryson, Noah Jones and Bradey Brummel combined to score 59 of Arlington’s 69 points as the Eagles beat Kamiak in the opening round of the 4A District 1 Tournament. Tyler Nielsen led the Knights with a game-high 24 points. The Eagles will face Edmonds-Woodway Saturday to earn a state berth and advance to the district championship game.
At Arlington H.S.
Kamiak 11 9 16 22 — 58
Arlington 16 14 19 20 — 69
Kamiak—Tyler Nielsen 24, Chance Lord 2, Aman Hussein 3, Brock Merkley 0, Faris Anas 0, Jonathan Lee 0, Nate Shubert 7, Coleman Grayson 4, Drew Blacksmith 7, Gavin Patrick 3, Henderson Belk 8, Luke Murnan. Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 22, Donavan Sellgren 0, Gavin Smoke 4, Shawn Adams 6, Nathan Aune 0, Noah Jones 21, Cole Kingsberry 0, Connor Bovard 0, Bradey Brummel 16, Nate Lewis 0, Drew Bryson 0, Jeremy Bishop 0. 3-point goals—Nielsen, Hussein, Blacksmith, K.Bryson 3, Smoke, Brummel 2. Records—Kamiak 9-12 overall. Arlington 19-2.

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Story tags » Arlington High SchoolKamiak High SchoolHigh School Basketball

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