Prep boys basketball: Arlington 65, Mount Vernon 62

MOUNT VERNON — Noah Jones and Terry Dawn each scored 19 points as Arlington concluded the regular season with a victory over the Bulldogs. The Eagles, the Wesco 4A North champions, host Mariner in the first round of the 4A district tournament. Kevin Hofstad and Casey Leek had 16 points for Mount Vernon, which will start its postseason against Kamiak at home. Both games are scheduled for Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Arlington13211417—65

Mount Vernon14122115—62

Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 5, Terry Dawn 19, Gavin Smoke 11, Noah Jones 19, AJ Passalaqua 4, Bradey Brummel 7. Mount Vernon—Melvin Walser 2, Ian Johnson 2, Miles Witt 9, Adrian Johnston 0, Kevin Hofstad 16, Seth Jensen 6, Andrew Roozen 11, Evan Repplier 0, Casey Leek 16. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Arlington 12-2 league, 18-2 overall. Mount Vernon 9-5, 13-7.

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