Prep boys basketball: Arlington 59, Kamiak 45

MUKILTEO — Trailed by one heading into the fourth quarter, Arlington outscored Kamiak 22-7 to secure a 59-45 win and remain unbeaten in Wesco league play. Noah Jones (14), Shawn Adams (10), and Bradey Brummel (10) all scored in double figures to improve the Eagles to 12-1 on the season. Tyler Nielsen led the way for Kamiak with 12 points.

At Kamiak H.S.

Arlington1712822—59

Kamiak131697—45

Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 6, Donavan Sellgren 4, Gavin Smoke 8, Shawn Adams 10, Nathan Aune 6, Noah Jones 14, Bradey Brummel 10, Nate Lewis 0. Kamiak—Jase Wiley 0, Tyler Nielsen 12, Chance Lord 2, Aman Hussein 3, Brock Merkley 3, Faris Anas 1, Jonathan Lee 5, Nate Schubert 1, Coleman Grayson 2, Drew Blacksmith 7, Gavin Patrick 2, Henderson Belk 6. 3-point goals—Bryson, Sellgren, Smoke 2, Nielsen 2, Hussein, Merkley, Lee. Records—Arlington 8-0 league, 12-1 overall. Kamiak 4-5, 6-8.

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