Prep boys basketball: Ballard 52, Shorecrest 49

BOTHELL — Conin Oishi scored 14 points and Benny Ortega added 12 as Shorecrest fell to Ballard in a Bothell Holiday Tournament game.

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Shorecrest—Conin Oishi 14, Drew Magaoay 0, Connor Hyppa 3, Daniel Ghebremichael 2, Benny Ortega 12, Zach Lawson 2, Alex Hofstrand 8, Aaron Kelly 6, Davis Strand 2. Ballard— Nick Brown 24, Robert Brownlee 2, Josh Campbell 2, Chase Deger 16, Sean Eriksen 4, Morris Fortmann 0, Darius George 4, Max Marshall 0. 3-point goals—Oishi 2, Hyppa, Ortega 4. Records—Shorecrest 5-3 overall. Ballard 6-2.

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