Prep boys basketball: King’s 70, Enumclaw 66

BURIEN — Caleb Taylor scored 15 points and Jacob Storkson added 13 as King’s defeated Enumclaw in a Kennedy Christmas Tournament game. The Knights advance to play Cascade Christian at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.

At Kennedy H.S.

King’s16172512—70

Enumclaw10182018—66

King’s—Andrew Ayers 6, Brian Hughes 1, Caleb Taylor 15, Reid Jones 4, Josh Alexander 3, David Barhanovich 11, Jacob Storkson 13, Daniel Fouty 2, Calvin Kispert 10, Mason Friedline 5. Enumclaw—Scynoweth 12, Peterson 5, RadeMacher 14, Rockwood 18, Condon 13, Gustofson 4, C, Gustafson 0. 3-point goals—Taylor 1, Barhanovich 3, Storkson 3. Records—King’s 7-3 overall. Enumclaw 4-7.

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