Prep boys basketball: Colton 80, Cedar Park Christian-MLT 61

SPOKANE — Eric Matson scored a team-high 20 points to go along with his seven assists and Bed Reidy added 19 points as Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace fell to Colton in a 1B State Tournament game. The Lions will face Three Rivers Christian on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in a loser-out game.

At Spokane Arena

CPC-MLT2419117—61

Colton16211924—80

Cedar Park Christian—Frank Pina 0, Eric Matson 20, Aaron Gillis 2, Steven Joo 0, Aaron Redd 0, Ben Reidy 19, Austin Schley 10, Dillon Wallace 0, Christian 2, Zach Wallace 8. Colton—Grant Kinzer 0, Jake Straughan 26, Brady Chadwick, Carter Dahmen 0, Dillon Frank 4, Jordan Druffel 3, Luke Moore 0, Dalton Patchen 35, Austin Meyer 12, Levi Weber 0. 3-point goals—Straughan 3, Druffel, Matson 2, Schley 2, Wallace 2. Records—Cedar Park Christian 13-10 overall. Colton not reported.

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