Prep boys basketball: Evergreen Lutheran 58, Tulalip Heritage 33

MOUNT VERNON — Dontae Jones scored 10 points, but Tulalip Heritage dropped the 1B Tri-District third/fourth place game to Evergreen Lutheran. The Hawks will play Taholah at regionals in winner-to-state/loser-out contest at Timberline H.S. on Saturday at 6 p.m.

At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.

Tulalip Heritage101175—33

Evergreen Lutheran1316209—58

Tulalip Heritage—Dontae Jones 10, Brandon Jones 5, Kyle Jones 5, Robert Miles 2, Shawn Sanchey 2, Alan Enick 2, Willy Enick 7. Evergreen Lutheran—Christian Bond 8, Ryan Gonzales 10, Andrew Goyins 5, John Henning 2, Karl Leitzke 15, Jeffery Parker 8, Jon Strong 10. 3-point goals—K. Jones, D. Jones 2, W. Enick, Parker, Bond 2. Records—Tulalip Heritage 18-7 overall. Evergreen Lutheran 13-9.

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