Prep boys basketball: King’s 60, Granite Falls 45

GRANITE FALLS — Corey Kispert scored a game-high 19 points to pace King’s to a win over Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference game. Evan West and Karl Spencer led the Tigers, scoring 13 points a piece in the loss.

At Granite Falls H.S.


Granite Falls810216—45

King’s—Chris Martin 0, Koa Wilkins 2, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 7, Noah Bundrant 6, David Barhanovich 4, Corey Kispert 19, Jacob Storkson 5, Josh Alexander 2, Alex Muri 0, Daniel Fouty 2, Calvin Kispert 13, Joe Stack 0. Granite Falls—Steven Hyvari 2, Riley Larsen 7, Evan West 13, Dan Matalomani 4, Kai Orthmeyer 0, Alex O’Neill 1, Karl Spencer 13, Ezra Chavez 0, Taylor Fahrenkrug 5, Tom O’Brien 0, Greg Barnett 0. 3-point goals—C Kispert 3, Storkson, Larsen, West 3, Matalomani. Records—King’s 11-1 league, 16-2 overall. Granite Falls 4-6, 7-9.

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