King’s boys advance to semifinals

YAKIMA — Corey Kispert scored 14 points and Noah Bundrant added 12 as the King’s boys basketball team defeated Brewster 51-41 in the Class 1A state quarterfinals Thursday at the Yakima Valley SunDome.

King’s (24-2) faces Okanogan at 5:30 p.m. today in the semifinals.

At Yakima Sundome

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King’s—Koa Wilkins 0, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 6, Noah Bundrant 12, David Barhanovich 8, Corey Kispert 14, Jacob Storkson 0, Josh Alexander 7, Alex Muri 0, Daniel Fouty 0, Calvin Kispert 4, Joe Stack 0 . Brewster—Driessen 20, Orozco 2, Hammons 10, Smith 2, Taylor 5, Jacobson 2 . 3-point goals—Bundrant 2, Corey Kispert 1, Driessen 1, Taylor 1. Records—King’s 24-2. Brewster 19-6.

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