Prep boys basketball: Arlington 80, Lake Stevens 48

LAKE STEVENS — Gavin Smoke scored 21 points and Kaleb Bryson added 12 points and three steals as Arlington defeated Lake Stevens in a Wesco 4A North game. Trey Pavitt led the Vikings with 14 points in the loss.

At Arlington H.S.

Lake Stevens6151314—48

Arlington22152518—80

Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 12, Donavan Sellgren 15, Gavin Smoke 21, Shawn Adams 11, Nathan Aune 2, Noah Jones 8, Connor Bovard 3, Bradey Brummel 7, Nate Lewis 1, Jeremy Bishop 0. Lake Stevens—Collin Peterson 6, Justin Brown 3, Dante Lewis 9, CJ Lat 2, Neil Blaine 6, Josh Perry 0, Jacob Eason 6, Trey Pavitt 14, Braden Ash 2. 3-point goals—Bryson 2, Sellgren 2, Smoke 3, Adams, Bovard, PEterson 2, Brown, Lewis, Blaine 2, Eason. Records—Arlington 2-0 league, 6-1 overall. Lake Stevens 0-2, 1-5.

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