Prep boys basketball: King’s 62, Lakewood 34

SEATTLE — Corey Kispert scored 15 points, including four 3-pointers, as Kings clinched the Cascade Conference regular season title with a win over Lakewood. Chance Schueller lead the way for the Cougars with 10 points.

At King’s H.S.



Lakewood—Brady Camp 4, Ryan Alford 5, Hunter Fritz 2, Matthew Keen 2, Sam Linscott 3, Paul Coleman 2, Chance Schueller 10, Eljay Johnson 5, Philip Hofmann 0, Robert Sims 1. King’s—Chris Martin 3, Koa Wilkins 2, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 7, Noah Bundrant 4, David Barhanovich 5, Corey Kispert 15, Jacob Storkson 0, Josh Alexander 5, Alex Muri 4, Daniel Fouty 6, Calvin Kispert 8, Joe Stack 3. 3-point goals—Camp, Linscott, Schueller 3, Johnson, Martin, Jones, Barhanovich, Co.Kispert 4, Stack. Records—Lakewood 2-10 league, 5-13 overall. King’s 12-1, 17-2.

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