Prep boys basketball: King’s 58, Friday Harbor 31

SHORELINE — Caleb Taylor led King’s to a win in the first round of the 1A District Tournament. Taylor paced the Knights with 23 and hit three 3-pointers. Calvin Kispert also had a good night on offense, scoring 12. King’s plays again in the second round on Thursday.

At King’s H.S.

Friday Harbor61177—31

King’s17101516—58

Friday Harbor—Revercomb 0, D. Demaris 3, L. Demaris 3, Galt 13, Truilo 0, Strasser 2, Lawson 1, Cooper-West 5, B. Allen 2, R. Allen 2. King’s—Andrew Ayers 5, Brian Hughes 2, Caleb Taylor 23, Reid Jones 7, Brett Jones 2, Josh Alexander 0, David Barhanovich 2, Jacob Storkson 3, Joe Stack 0, Calvin Kispert 12, Mason Friedline 0, Karl Sather 2. 3-point goals—Ayers 1, Taylor 3, Storkson 1, Galt 1, L. Demaris 1, Cooper-West 1. Records—Friday Harbor 11-8 overall. King’s 17-5.

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