Prep boys basketball: Jackson 88, Monroe 43

MILL CREEK — Dan Kingma led a balanced scoring attack, finishing with 19 points as Jackson knocked off Monroe in the opening round of the 4A District 1 Tournament. Jason Todd scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Timberwolves. Riley Schelfhout led the Bearcats with 13.

At Jackson H.S.

Monroe7111411—43

Jackson27242116—88

Monroe—Alex Johnson 0, Hunter Bingham 6, Tyler Sharp 7, Samuel LaPine 0, Andrew Chartrand 1, Kurtis Lockie, Rhen Shore 7, Tristan Witham 2, Alexander Spahman 5, Devin Sepich 0, Riley Schelfhout 13, Brandon Gundersen 2, Tyler Kuntz 0. Jackson—Nick Hovorka 0, Dan Kingma 19, Jason Todd 17, Brian Zehr 14, Marcus Blake 6, Holden Roberts 2, Connor Willgress 10, Dylan Mitchell 2, Frank Rossi 0, Sam Saufferer 10, Riley Waite 2, Isaiah Patrick 6. 3-point goals—Bingham 2, Shore, Kingma 3, Todd. Records—Monroe 7-14 overall. Jackson 20-1.

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