Prep boys basketball: Edmonds-Woodway 55, Cascade 43

EDMONDS — Jason Smarr scored 26 points to keep Edmonds-Woodway’s season alive and eliminate Cascade from the 4A District 1 Tournament. Brevin Brown had 16 points for the Bruins. The Warriors will play Snohomish at Mountlake Terrace H.S. on Thursday for third place and the right to face the third-place finisher from the Kingco district tournament for the last regionals berth.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.



Cascade—Cameron Cook 4, Brevin Brown 16, Cameron McGrath 5, Michael Gbagonah 4, Nick Benenati 4, Isaiah Gotell 4, Justin Gordon 6. Edmonds-Woodway—Trey Holland 2, Jordan Rice 3, Brady Edwards 3, Tate Budnick 0, Antonio Sherrill 2, Theo Lebesis 2, Jason Smarr 26, Travis Bakken 15, Chukwuma Okereke 2, Marc Campagnaro 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Cascade 7-15 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 14-8.

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