Prep boys basketball: Edmonds-Woodway 54, Cascade 53

EVERETT — Edmonds-Woodway scored four points in the final 20 seconds to overturn a three-point deficit and edge Cascade in a Wesco 4A South game. Travis Bakken led the Warriors with 18 points and Jason Smarr chipped in with 15 points. The Bruins’ Cameron McGrath led all scorers with 19 points.

At Cascade H.S.

Edmonds-Woodway8161416—54

Cascade1471517—53

Edmonds-Woodway—Trey Holland 0, Jordan Rice 6, Brady Edwards 5, Tate Budnick 2, Ibro Polovina 0, Antonio Sherrill 0, Theo Lebesis 8, Jason Smarr 15, Travis Bakken 18, Chukwuma Okereke 0. Cascade—Cameron Cook 1, Brevin Brown 14, Cameron McGrath 19, Michael Gbagonah 0, Nick Benenati 6, Isaiah Gotell 8, Brennen Hancock 4, Justin Gordon 1. 3-point goals—Rice 2, Edwards, Brown 2, McGrath 3, Benenati 2. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 3-1 league, 4-5 overall. Cascade 1-4, 1-9.

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