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Published: Saturday, February 15, 2014, 6:48 p.m.

King’s boys beat Meridian to win district title

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — King’s took control in the second quarter, outscoring Meridian 16-4, and the Knights went on to win the 1A District 1 Tournament championship game. Corey Kispert scored 17 points to lead King’s. The Knights clinched a regionals berth and play in the finals of the 1A Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament next Saturday at Mountlake Terrace H.S.
At Mountlake Terrace H.S.
Meridian 9 4 13 8 — 34
King’s 8 16 18 17 — 59
Meridian—Cody Bachman 0, Jacob Plagerman 2, Tanner Tutterrow 0, Brady Moore 0, Nick Rautenberg 0, Alex Martin 14, Blake Briones 14, Derek Campfield 0, Sam Chambers 4, Devyn Holmes 0, Kyle Young 0. King’s—Koa Wilkins 4, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 6, Noah Bundrant 9, David Barhanovich 2, Corey Kispert 17, Jacob Storkson 3, Josh Alexander 1, Alex Muri 3, Daniel Fouty 4, Calvin Kispert 8, Joe Stack 2. 3-point goals—Martin 2, Briones, Bundrant, C. Kispert 2, Storkson, Muri, Wilkins. Records—Meridian 12-11 overall. King’s 21-2.

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