Prep boys basketball: Ingraham 50, Lynnwood 47

BOTHELL — Tyler McArthur had 23 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks but visiting Ingraham earned the nonleague win over the Royals.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Ingraham1417118—50

Lynnwood12121211—47

Ingraham—Emmery Porter 2, Javon Owens 12, D’Olajuwon 17, Oliver Gibb 0, Bruce Wilson 3, Reymond Home 0, Reuben Home 0, Kentrel Adams 10, Isaiah Hannfious 0, Walta Geberzghier 0, Zach Geer 0, Ali Hilowle 0, Nate Geer 0. Lynnwood—Jake Taschner 4, Robert Todorov 11, Cordell Smith 3, Patrick Smith 0, David Vo 4, Montinque Thomas 0, Bryce Milne 2, Greyson Elwell 0, Lamar Patrick 0, Malik Sims 0, David Nguyen 0, Tyler McArthur 23, Ramon Cisneros 0. 3-point goals—Owens, D’Olajuwon 2, Taschner, Todorov 3, C. Smith. Records—Ingraham 1-0, Lynnwood 0-2.

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