Prep basketball: Three Rivers Christian 63, Tulalip Heritage 49

SPOKANE — Keanu Hamilton scored a team-high 12 points and Robert Miles added 11 as Tulalip Heritage fell to Three Rivers Christian in a State 1B Tournament game. With the loss the Hawks finish sixth in state.

At Spokane Arena

Tulalip Heritage1581412—49

Three Rivers Christian2120913—63

Tulalip Heritage—Brandon Jones 6, Dontae Jones 0, Bradley Fryberg 8, Robert Miles 11, Shawn Sanchey 6, Keanu Hamilton 12, Ayrik Miranda 6. Three Rivers Christian—Jack Martinez 20, Kaden Vanderwerf 3, Eric Powell 19, Ian Hoffman 5, Seth Carns 4, Caleb Moore 3, Danny Hull 8, Matt Hull 2. 3-point goals—B. Jones, Fryberg 2, Miranda 2, Kaden, Powell 5, D. Hull. Records—Tulalip Heritage 25-3 overall. Three Rivers Christian 22-4.

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