Prep boys basketball: King’s 54, Coupeville 16

SHORELINE — Daniel Fouty scored 12 points and Caleb Taylor had 11 to help King’s knock off Coupeville and remain perfect in Cascade Conference play. Ben Etzell and Aaron Trumbull led the Wolves with five points each.

At King’s H.S.

Coupeville2545—16

King’s9191214—54

Coupeville—Drew Chanv 2, Aaron Curtain 2, Aaron Trumbull 5, Caleb Valko 0, Carson Risner 0, Nicholas Streubel 2, Ben Etzell 5. King’s—Andrew Ayers 1, Brian Hughes 3, Caleb Taylor 11, Noah Bundrant 2, Reid Jones 2, Brett Jones 2, David Barhanovich 7, Jacob Storkson 2, Joe Stack 7, Daniel Fouty 12, Calvin Kispert 4, Mason Friedline 1. 3-point goals—Hughes, Taylor 2, Stack. Records—Coupeville 0-7 league, 0-11 overall. King’s 7-0, 11-4.

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