Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian-MLT 57, Lopez 34

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Zach Wallace scored 21 points to lead Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace over Lopez in a first round game of the 1B District 1 Tournament. The Lions face the winner of Shoreline Christian-Lummi in the semifinals on Tuesday.

At Cedar Park Christian-MLT School

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Lopez—Conor Dye 0, Vinny Kramer 0, TJ Hobi 13, Fletcher Moore 2, Chase Schober 11, Rande Gruenwald 3, Erik Jonasson 1, Mike Hobi 4. CPC-MLT—Frank Pina 0, Eric Matson 11, Aaron Gillis 0, Steven Joo 0, Aaron Redd 0, Ben Reidy 11, Austin Schley 7, Dillon Wallace 0, Christian Guddal 7, Zach Wallace 21. 3-point goals—Guddal, Schley, Matson 2, Wallace 3, Hobi 2, Gruenuaid. Records—Lopez 5-15. Cedar Park Christian-MLT 13-8.

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