Prep boys basketball: Liberty 74, Granite Falls 62

RENTON — Granite Falls’ Riley Larsen scored 20 points, but the Tigers couldn’t overcome Kellen Birdsall’s 30-point night as Liberty won the nonleague game.

At Liberty H.S.

Granite Falls15142013—62

Liberty17222015—74

Granite Falls—Steven Hyvari 6, Riley Larsen 20, Evan West 7, Dan Matalomani 6, Alex O’Neill 2, Karl Spencer 13, Nick Osborne, Ezra Chavez 0, Taylor Fahrenkrug 8, Greg Barnett 0. Liberty—Dayton Mackay 8, Peyton Frey 5, Kellen Birdsall 30, Josh Nelson 3, Austin Mackey 15, Mike Walters 12, Preston Mitsui 1, Cade Hubbard 0, Griffin Lockhart 0, Daniel Rodriguez 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Granite Falls 3-3 overall. Liberty 3-3.

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