Prep boys basketball: Glacier Peak 59, Everett 54

SNOHOMISH —Tied at 23 at halftime, Glacier Peak eked out a 59-54 win over Everett behind a 19-point performance from Trey Chambers in a Wesco 3A crossover game. Jace Chacon led the scoring for the Seagulls with a game high 25, including three 3-pointers.

At Glacier Peak H.S.


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Everett—Jace Chacon 25, David Popach 12, Nate Tuck 3, Nick Kopp 3, Vaughn Felder 0, Noah Juarez 2, Dominic Barashkoff 3, Phil Wilson 6, Griffin Gish 0. Glacier Peak—Bobby Brooks 6, Ty Kjellesvik 8, Chris Watkins 0, Brady Southard 6, Nick Allan 4, Luke Neill 16, Trey Chambers 19, Justin Guffey 0. 3-point goals—Chacon 3, Popach 2, Tuck, Barashkoff, Wilson 2, Chambers 2, Neill. Records—Everett 4-5 league, 7-9 overall. Glacier Peak 7-2, 13-4.

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