Prep boys basketball: Burlington-Edison 78, Cedarcrest 64

DUVALL — Jordan Corpus scored 18 points and John Soule added 15 as Cedarcrest fell to Burlington-Edison in a 2A District 1/2 Boys Tournament game. The Red Wolves next face Lake Washington in a loser-out game on Monday at 7 p.m. at Cedarcrest High School.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Burlington-Edison—Brandon Stransky 3, Carlos Navarro 2, Rudy Mataya 6, Blake Rawlins 0, Dalton Schwetz 2, Isaak Davies 15, Daron Browning 12, Jeremy Canniff 9, Austin Von Herbulis 29, Camps 0. Cedarcrest—Bennett Minnie 0, Zach Taylor 13, Chris Cole 0, Jordan Corpus 18, Xavier Turner 5, Chad Klingenberg 8, Austin Paxman 5, John Soule 15. 3-point goals—Mataya 1, Davies 2, Browning 2, Taylor 2, Corpus 1. Records—Burlington-Edison 15-7 overall. Cedarcrest 13-8.

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