Prep boys basketball: Arlington 64, Cascade 50

ARLINGTON — Arlington jumped out to a 22-10 lead after the first quarter and never looked back to earn the Wesco 4A win. Bradey Brummel had 19 points and four steals for the Eagles. The Bruins’ Brevin Brown made four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points.

At Arlington H.S.



Cascade—Cameron Cook 3, Brevin Brown 16, Cameron McGrath 2, Michael Gbagonah 8, Nick Benenati 3, Isaiah Gotell 12, Brennen Hancock 2, Justin Gordon 4. Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 14, Donavan Sellgren 0, Gavin Smoke 9, Shawn Adams 2, Nathan Aune 5, Noah Jones 9, Cole Kingsberry 2, Connor Bovard 0, Bradey Brummel 19, Tylor Morton 0, Nate Lewis 4, Drew Bryson 0, Jeremy Bishop 0. 3-point goals—Brown 4, Benenati, Bryson 4, Smoke 3, Brummel. Records—Cascade 1-5 league, 1-10 overall. Arlington 5-0, 9-1.

More in Sports

WSU quarterback Hilinski dead at age 21

The redshirt sophomore died Tuesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.

Meadowdale tops rival Lynnwood 56-42 (VIDEO)

Led by junior guard Haben Tekle, the Mavericks race to an early lead and cruise past the Royals.

Seahawks announce coaching hires, Richard’s dismissal

Seattle hires Brian Schottenheimer, Ken Norton Jr., Mike Solari and announces it has fired Kris Richard.

NFL Hall of Famer drops the puck at Silvertips game

Former Seahawk offensive lineman Walter Jones did the honors prior to the Tips’ win over Tri-City

Report: Huskies promote Lake to defensive coordinator

Former defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski will now be Washington’s co-defensive coordinator.

Former Lake Stevens football star subject of a popular video

UW walk-on Josh Rasmussen was shown conversing in sign language with a Special Olympics athlete

Tuesday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Plus, video highlights from the boys basketball crosstown rivalry between Lynnwood and Meadowdale.

Tuesday’s prep stars of the night

Lewis Pope, G, South Whidbey Pope, a senior, scored 17 of his… Continue reading

Former UW basketball coach Romar reborn as Arizona assistant

Romar was fired in March after 15 years leading the Huskies’ program.

Most Read