Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 47, Providence Classical Christian 38

MARYSVILLE —James Eneix (12) and Isaiah VanDam (11) both scored in double figures to lead Grace Academy to a 47-38 win. Evan Hansen scored a game high 14 for PCC in the loss.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Providence Classical Christian—Wesley Su 0, Mitchell Bonner 0, Paul Johnson 5, Nate Smidt 5, Paul Jekel 12, Evan Hansen 14, Michael Walsh 2. Grace Academy—Gerrit VanBeek 0, Blake VanDyke 0, James Eneix 12, Chase Graves 0, Matthew Tuttle 4, Isaiah VanDam 11, Joshua Lee 4, Sam Campbell 3, Lin Li 2, Christopher Eldred 11. 3-point goals—Jekel, Hansen, Eneix 2, Eldred 2. Records—Providence Classical Christian Not Reported. Grace Academy 6-8, 4-5.

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