Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian-MLT 80, Evergreen Lutheran 70

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Austin Schley hit seven 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to lead Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace to a win in the loser-out 1B tri-district play-in game. The Lions have qualified for double-elimination play and face Northwest Yeshiva on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

At Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace

Evergreen Lutheran11152321—70


Evergreen Lutheran—Omarei Gregory 3, Jeff Parker 23, John Henning 5, Lucas Rodmyre 7, Jon Strong 4, Jake Lawrence 0, Christian Bond 0, Karl Lietzke 26, Ben Baker 0, Ryan Gonzales 2. Cedar Park Christian—Frank Pina 6, Eric Matson 21, Aaron Gillis 4, Ben Reidy 6, Austin Schley 25, Christian Guddal 5, Zach Wallace 13. 3-point goals—Gregory, Parker 4, Rodmyre, Matson 3, Schley 7, Guddal, Wallace 3. Records—Evergreen Lutheran Not reported. Cedar Park Christian 15-10.

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