Prep boys basketball: Cedarcrest 56, South Whidbey 39

DUVALL — Zach Taylor led Cedarcrest with a double-double, scoring 20 with 10 rebounds along with five assists and four steals in a Cascade Conference win. Jordan Corpus was a close second with 17 points for the Red Wolves. Nick French paced South Whidbey, also with 17. John Soule had 10 rebounds along with six points for Cedarcrest.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

South Whidbey109911—39


South Whidbey—Brandon Asay 6, Sam Turpin 2, Nick French 17, Taylor Simmons 2, Josh Bishop 3, Mitchell Hughes 6, Angus Jones 3, Nick Bennett 0. Cedarcrest—Bennett Minnie 5, Zach Taylor 20, Chris Cole 3, Nick Peden 0, Brett Young 1, Jordan Corpus 17, Jerry Gates 0, Austin Patsy 2, Chad Klingenberg 2, Austin Paxman 0, John Soule 6, Andrew Gutmann 0. 3-point goals—Bishop 1, Taylor 1, Corpus 2, Minnie 2, Cole 1. Records—South Whidbey 0-2 league, 1-5 overall. Cedarcrest 2-0, 2-4.

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