Prep boys basketball: Bethel Christmas Tourney

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA — Terry Eun scored 14 points and received All-Tournament Team honors as Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace defeated Eastside Christian to win first place honors in the Bethel Baptist Christmas Tournament. Joining Eun on the All-Tournament team were teammates Eric Matson and Daniel Schettler.

At Fountain Valley Rec. Center

Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace)1827188—71

Eastside Christian1211918—50

Cedar Park Christian—Daniel Walker 0, Eric Matson 13, Aaron Gillis 0, Wilson Reidt, Terry Eun, Daniel Schettler 3, Wilson Reidt 4, Aaron Gillis 0, Ben Reidy 9, Austin Schley 5, Andrew Paulson 3, Micah Patterson 6, Christian Guddal 3, Zach Wallace 6. Eastside Christian—not reported. 3-point goals—Eun 2, Patterson 2, Wallace 2, Schley 1, Guddal 1. Records—Cedar Park Christian 11-0 overall. Eastside Christian not reported.

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