Prep boys basketball: Ferndale 81, Oak Harbor 74

OAK HARBOR — Oak Harbor had a 12-point lead in the first half, but Ferndale rallied to take the nonconference game. Dyllan Harris scored 24 points and Drew Washington had 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Ferndale21162123—81

Oak Harbor22211417—74

Ferndale—Daniel Riley 0, Brady Shearer 22, John Weg 14, Carson Genger 7, Kier Munzanreder 10, Malik Ivory 5, Austin Honeycutt 23, Winterhawk Leighton 0, Dane Larsen 0, Dante Kelly 0. Oak Harbor—Drew Washington 21, Elijah Smith 10, Gabe Groeing 10, Shane Huttula 2, Zach Gibbs 7, Jordan Davenport 0, Zach Jones 0, Dyllan Harris 24, DiAngelo McKinney 0. 3-point goals—Shearer 5, Munzanreder, Ivory, Honeycutt 2, Washington, Smith 2, Harris 4. Records—Ferndale 8-10 overall. Oak Harbor 4-14.

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