Prep boys basketball: King’s 66, Coupeville 36

COUPEVILLE — Calvin Kispert scored 10 points to lead King’s past Coupeville in a Cascade Conference game. Nicholas Streubel scored 10 points to pace Coupeville.

At Coupeville H.S.

King’s 15 20 13 18 — 66

Coupeville 7 12 10 7 — 36

King’s—Andrew Ayers 7, Brian Hughes 1, Karl Sather 2, Noah Bundrant 6, Reid Jones 7, Brett Jones 3, Josh Alexander 7, David Barhanovich 7, Jacob Storkson 0, Joe Stack 5, Daniel Fouty 3, Calvin Kispert 10, Mason Friedline 2, Caleb Taylor 6. Coupeville—Drew Chan 0, Wiley Hesselgrade 6, Aaron Curtain 7, Morgan Payne 4, Joel Walstad 0, Caleb Valko 5, Carson Risner 4, Nicholas Streubel 10. 3-point goals—Stack 1, Bundrant 1, J. Alexander 1, Barhanovich 1, B. Jones 1. Records—King’s 12-2 league, 16-5 overall. Coupeville 0-14, 1-19.

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