Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 68, Highland Christian 34

MARYSVILLE — David Young scored 12 points to lead Grace Academy over Highland Christian in the last game of the season for both schools. Grace Academy finished in a three-way tie for second place in the Northwest 1B league, but according to head coach Scott Carlin, the Eagles lost the tie-breaker and failed to advance to the playoffs.

At Marysville Boys and Girls Club

Grace Academy21121223—68

Highland Christian721312—34

Grace Academy—Rock 7, Enix 1, Lugg 0, S. Lee 6, Galbreath 0, Je. Lee 8, Thompson 8, Jo. Lee 4, Moussi 0, Young 12, Van Dam 11, Eldred 8, N. Tuttle 3, M. Tuttle 0. Highland Christian—Portinga 3, Andrews 2, Matthews 6, Torell 4, Wang 0, Star 9, Mazzio 0, Kirschenbaum 0, Wold 10. 3-point goals—None. Records—Grace Academy 7-5 league, 10-8 overall. Highland Christian 1-9, 3-11.

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