Prep boys basketball: Granite Falls (JV) 49, Grace Academy 48

GRANITE FALLS — Granite Falls’ junior varsity squad held on to beat Grace Academy in a nonleague game. The Eagles came back from a 14-point halftime deficit to lead in the fourth quarter, and had a shot with a half second remaining to win the game, but the shot didn’t fall. Jeremiah Lee paced the Eagles with 15 points, while Taylor Fahrenkrug led Granite Falls with 14.

At Granite Falls H.S.

Grace Academy10101315—48

Granite Falls (JV)1816312—49

Grace Academy—Rami Moussi 9, James Eneix 0, Drew Ridewood 0, Jeremiah Lee 15, Matthew Tuttle 0, Isaiah VanDam 6, Nolan Smith 5, Josh Lee 10, Joe Zak 0, Josiah Lugg 3. Granite Falls (JV)—Taylor Fahrenkrug 14, Nick Osborn 11, Kai Orthmeyer 0, Alex O’neill 10, Ben Nelson 0, Ezra Chavez 7, Steven Hyvari 7, Jarek Hitchcock 0. 3-point goals—Osborn 3, Hyvari 1, Moussi 3, Jeremiah Lee 1, Smith 1. Records—Grace Academy 6-5 overall. Granite Falls (JV) not reported.

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