Prep boys basketball: Interlake 70, Cedarcrest 65

DUVALL — Zach Taylor scored 30 points and added 17 rebounds, six assists and six steals as Cedarcrest fell to Interlake in a nonleague game.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Interlake2221918—70

Cedarcrest9241319—65

Interlake—Sinfer 15, Nate Wehner 13, Nick Roth 12, Sidney Ekoissier 8, Dawson Henshaw 5, Austin Clark 17. Cedarcrest—Bennett Minnie, Zach Taylor 30, Chris Cole, Nick Peden 2, Brett Young, Jordan Corpus 10, Jerry Gates, Austin Patsy, Xavier Turner 9, Chad Klingenberg 3, Austin Paxman 6, John Soule 5. 3-point goals—Sinfer 2, Wehner 1, Paxon 2, Corpus 1, Taylor 1. Records—Interlake not reported. Cedarcrest 0-2.

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