Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 53, Highland Christian 37

MARYSVILLE — James Eneix and Isaiah VanDam led Highland Christian to a Northwest 1B win. Eneix paced the Eagles with 14 points and VanDam was right behind with 13. Jordan Starr led Highland Christian with 11.

At Marysville Boys and Girls Club

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Highland Christian2111113—37

Grace Academy—Rami Moussi 7, Luke Mulvanny 0, James Eneix 14, Jeremiah Lee 8, Chase Graves 0, Matthew Tuttle 0, Isaiah VanDam 13, Nolan Smith 2, Jose Jr Flores 2, Josh Lee 1, Joe Zak 0, Josiah Lugg 0, Chris Eldred 6. Highland Christian—Grady Poortinga 3, Dakota Andrews 9, Jordan Starr 11, Jacob Starr 0, Noah Mazzio, Tim Matthews 6, Mick Boe, Colton Wold 8, Edward Lee 0, Dramond Kiti 0. 3-point goals—Moussi 1, Eneix 2, Eldred 2. Records—Grace Academy 3-1 league, 5-4 overall. Highland Christian 0-3, 0-5.

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