Prep boys basketball: Jackson 67, Kamiak 53

MUKILTEO — Jason Todd scored 28 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and had six steals and the Jackson Timberwolves wrapped up a perfect regular season with a win over Kamiak. Imaan Vicente had 29 points — 13 coming in the fourth quarter — for the Knights, who will play at Mount Vernon in the first round of the 4A district tournament. Jackson will begin its postseason at home against Lake Stevens. Both games will be next Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.

At Kamiak H.S.

Jackson 18 20 22 7 — 67

Kamiak 12 13 8 20 — 53

Jackson—Kyle Graff 3, Dan Kingma 10, Jason Todd 28, Brian Zehr 8, Marcus Blake 6, Derrick Bates 0, Connor Willgress 9, Blake Ozuna 2, Sam Saufferer 0, Holden Roberts 0, Riley Waite 1, Nick Hovorka 0. Kamiak—Josh Wisnubroto 8, Chance Lord 0, Dominik Smith 0, Tyler Nielsen 3, Aman Hussein 0, Imaan Vicente 29, Jonathan Lee 0, Drew Blacksmith 6, Jason Janczakowski 0, Brandon Wright 0, Henderson Belk 7, Simran Mand 0. 3-point goals—Kingma 2, Willgress, Vicente 4. Records—Jackson 15-0 league, 20-0 overall. Kamiak 9-6, 10-10.

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