Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 51, Highland Christian 41

ARLINGTON —Isaiah VanDam scored 18 points to lead Grace Academy to a 51-41 win over Highland Christian. Blake Thayer scored 15 to lead the scoring for Highland Christian.

At Highland Christian H.S.

Grace Academy1313187—51

Highland Christian27824—41

Visitor—Gerrit VanBeek 0, Blake VanDyke 0, Chase Graves 2, Jeremiah Lee 10, Matthew Tuttle 9, Isaiah VanDam 18, Sam Campbell 0, Lin Li 5, Christopher Eldred 7. Home—Blake Thayer 15, Tim Matthews 13, Mick Boe 7, Erik Monty 0, Sawyer Hawk 6, Peyton Rex 0. 3-point goals—Tuttle, Li, Eldred. Records—Grace Academy 4-5 league, 9-9 overall. Highland Christian Not Reported

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