Prep boys basketball: King’s 42, Seattle Academy 33

SHORELINE — King’s overcame a six-point deficit by shutting out Seattle Academy 15-0 in the fourth quarter to earn the nonleague win. The Knights’ Jacob Storkson made four 3-pointers and finished with 12 points.

At King’s H.S.

Seattle Academy109140—33


Seattle Academy—Alexander Castanes 0, Nathan Cohen 0, Daniel Davydov 8, Alex Donald 3, Ben Gerke 3, Jeremiah Hobbs 2, Ian McManus 0, Dylan Mortimer 3, Amit Perlin 4, Alex Scoggins 4, Jordan Sloan 6, Robbie Sorensen 0, Hal Vogel 0. King’s—Chris Martin 0, Koa Wilkins 0, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 10, Noah Bundrant 0, David Barhanovich, Corey Kispert 11, Jacob Storkson 12, Josh Alexander 5, Alex Muri 0, Daniel Fouty 0, Calvin Kispert 4, Joe Stack 0. 3-point goals—Donald, Mortimer, Jones 2, C. Kispert 3, Storkson 4. Records—Seattle Academy 7-3 overall. King’s 7-2.

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