Prep boys basketball: Cedarcrest 69, Coupeville 36

COUPEVILLE — Austin Patsy scored 15 points and Zach Taylor had 13 to help the Red Wolves earn a Cascade Conference win over Coupeville. Nicholas Streubel had 13 points for the Wolves.

At Coupeville H.S.



Cedarcrest—Bennett Minnie 10, Zach Taylor 13, Chris Cole 2, Nick Peden 0, Brett Young 5, Jordan Corpus 9, Jerry Gates 3, Austin Patsy 15, Xavier Turner, Chad Klingenberg 3, Austin Paxman 3, John Soule 4. Coupeville—Drew Chanv 4, Joshua Wilsey 5, Aaron Curtain 2, Morgan Payne 0, Aaron Trumbull 2, Caleb Valko 4, Carson Risner 6, Nicholas Streubel 13. 3-point goals—Minnie 2, Taylor, Young, Corpus, Patsy 2, Paxman, Chanv, Wilsey. Records—Cedarcrest 1-0 league, 1-4 overall. Coupeville 0-1, 0-4.

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