Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian-MLT 60, Mount Vernon Christian 48

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Led by Austin Schley’s game high 18 points, Cedar Park Christian—Mountlake Terrace hit 10 3-pointers on way to a 60-48 win over Northwest 1A/2B opponent Mount Vernon Christian. Tyler Houtsma led the way for Mount Vernon Christian with 13.

At Cedar Park Christian-MLT H.S.

Mount Vernon Christian12101511—48

CPC-MLT18161610—60

Mount Vernon Christian—Tyler Houtsma 13, Joshua Twedt 0, Michael Hancock 3, Jonathan deHaan 10, Riley Hood 6, Andrew Graves 12, Tim VanderKooy 2, Colton Wold 0, Hayden Lam 0, Josh Swanson 2. CPC-MLT—Daniel Walker 0, Frank Pina 0, Eric Matson 14, Aaron Gillis 0, Steven Joo 2, Aaron Redd 0, Ben Reidy 11, Austin Schley 18, Christian Guddal 3, Zach Wallace 12. 3-point goals—Houtsma 2. Hancock, deHaan, Hood 2, Matson 3, Schley 22, Guddal. Records—Mount Vernon Christian 0-2 league, 5-8 overall. CPC-MLT 1-0, 7-5.

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