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Published: Tuesday, February 18, 2014, 9:29 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian-MLT 65, Northwest Yeshiva 46

SEATTLE — Eric Matson scored 24 points and Frank Pina hit three 3-pointers and finished with 12 points to lead Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace to a win in the first round of the 1B Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament. The Lions advance to the semifinals where they play Neah Bay at Mount Vernon Christian on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
At Seattle Hebrew Academy
CPC-MLT 22 9 13 21 — 65
NW Yeshiva 5 9 9 25 — 46
Cedar Park Christian—Frank Pina 12, Eric Matson 24, Aaron Gillis 0, Ben Reidy 14, Austin Schley 3, Christian Guddal 0, Zach Wallace 12. Northwest Yeshiva—Asher Young 3, Jeffery Owen 24, Jonathan Sassoon 2, Albert Hanan 2, Matthias Cohanim 3, Ophie Amon 0, Ariel Tucker 0, Shuey Strassman 9, Joshua Friedland 3, Isaac Levy 0, Akiva Greenberg 0. 3-point goals—Pina 3, Matson 2, Schley, Wallace, Owen. Records—CPC-MLT 13-9 overall. Northwest Yeshiva 17-4.

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