Prep boys basketball: Arlington 56, Snohomish 46

SNOHOMISH — Terry Dawn scored 16 points and Kaleb Bryson added 13 as Arlington defeated Snohomish to clinch the Wesco 4A North title. Arlington leads second-place Mount Vernon by two games with one to play.

Josh Baird led Snohomish with 11 points. The loss by the Panthers clinched a district berth for Monroe.

At Snohomish H.S.

Arlington9112115—56

Snohomish1113913—46

Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 13, Terry Dawn 16, Gavin Smoke 6, Shawn Adams 0, Noah Jones 6, AJ Passalaqua 8, Bradey Brummel 4, Nate Lewis 3. Snohomish—Steele Morgan 2, Josh Baird 11, Jacob Hamlin 0, Russell Crippen 6, Josh Bauska 0, Josh Shogren 1, Tanner Arrington 4, Ty Carlson 2, Andrew Ivelia 0, Wyatt Harris 10, Sean McLaughlin 4, Collin Kane 6. 3-point goals—Baird 3, Crippen 2, Bryson 3, Dawn 1, Smoke 2. Records—Arlington 11-2 league, 17-2 overall. Snohomish 4-10, 8-11.

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