Prep boys basketball: Granite Falls 58, Lakewood 57

ARLINGTON — Dan Matalomani and Drew Benson paced Granite Falls with 14 apiece in a Cascade Conference win. Justin Peterson had a double-double with 22 points and 16 rebounds and Ryan Alford had 14 points with five assists and four steals for Lakewood.

At Lakewood H.S.

Granite Falls18121216—58

Lakewood17171112—57

Granite Falls—Brandon Leitzke 5, Riley Larsen 10, Evan West 7, Dan Matalomani 14, Drew Benson 14, Karl Spencer 8. Lakewood—Ryan Alford 14, Blaine Kelly 6, Hunter Fritz 8, Justin Peterson 22, Kendal Kippen 0, Paul Coleman 3, Chance Schueller 4, Eljay Johnson 0. 3-point goals—Alford 1, Peterson 1, Leitzke 1, Larsen 1, West 1, Matalomani 1. Records—Granite Falls 4-6 league, 8-8 overall. Lakewood 3-7, 5-11.

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