Prep boys basketball: Granite Falls 62, Nooksack Valley 46

EVERSON — Riley Larsen scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds and Dan Matalomani had eight points and 10 rebounds to lead the Tigers to a win in their season opener.

At Nooksack Valley H.S.

Granite Falls10211218—62

Nooksack Valley1391311—46

Granite Falls—Steven Hyvari 11, Riley Larsen 15, Dan Matalomani 8, Kai Orthmeyer 2, Alex O’Neill 6, Karl Spencer 9, Nick Osborne 0, Ezra Chavez 9, Taylor Fahrenkrug 0, Greg Barnett 2. Nooksack Valley—Myhre 0, Beard 13, Rawls 12, Rossmiller 10, Wood 0, Gimmaka 8, Taron 3, Toner 0. 3-point goals—Rawls 3, Larsen 3, Rossmiller 2, Chavez, Hyvari. Records—Granite Falls 1-0 overall. Nooksack Valley 0-1.

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