Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 44, Darrington 24

MARYSVILLE — James Eneix led all scorers with 18 points to pace Grace Academy to a win over Darrington in a nonleague game.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Darrington241010—24

Grace Academy1218113—44

Darrington—Tyler Simmons 2, Riley Brunner 0, Michel Carrington 4, Cooper Young 0, Trent Green 4, Andrew Young 10, Tyler Davis 0, Randy Emerson 0, Colin Davis 2, Paul Franke 0, Josh Wiegand 2. Grace Academy—James Eneix 18, Chase Graves 0, Matthew Tuttle 9, Isaiah VanDam 10, Josh Lee 4, Samuel Campbell 2, Chris Eldred 0, Gerrit VanVeek 1, Blake VanDyke 0. 3-point goals—Eneix 2, Tuttle 2, Young. Records—Darrington 0-1 overall. Grace Academy 1-0.

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