King’s advances to 1A District 1 championship game

SHORELINE —David Barhanovich scored 17 points and Calvin Kispert added 15 as King’s advanced to the 1A District 1 championship game with a convincing win over Friday Harbor. The Knights will face the winner of the Meridian/Lynden Christian game.

At King’s H.S.

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Friday Harbor—D.Demaris 0, Syrqvist 0, L.Demaris 0, Trujillo 1, Woods 9, Brockman 1, Strasser 7, Stromberg 9, Bower 2, Lawson 0, Cooper-West 7, Jangard 0. King’s—Koa Wilkins 10, Cole Mitchell 2, Brett Jones 2, Noah Bundrant 0, David Barhanovich 17, Corey Kispert 2, Jacob Storkson 0, Josh Alexander 11, Alex Muri 2, Daniel Fouty 1, Calvin Kispert 15, Joe Stack 4. 3-point goals—Woods, Barhanovich 2. Records—Friday Harbor 13-9 overall. King’s 20-2.

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