Prep boys basketball: Lopez Island 62, Highland Christian 44

LOPEZ ISLAND — Grady Poortinga scored 18 points and was 4 for 6 from the 3-point line for Highland Christian. Colton Wold added six points and 16 rebounds.

At Lopez Island School

Highland Christian415916—44

Lopez Island15122411—62

Highland Christian—Grady Poortinga 18, Dakota Andrews 4, Tim Matthews 10, Colton Wold 6, Diamond Kiti 5, Jacob Star 1. Lopez Island—Michel Reeves 2, Solomon Bill 7, Jaise Poole 2, Andrew Zoab 13, Joe Bryant 0, Flether Moore 0, Riseo Tuluman 3, Chris Henninyen 23, Deleuk Buffom 8, Rande Gruemund 4, Harrison Goebrich 0, Vinny Krammer 0, Bryton Wedden 0, Conner Dye 0, Erik Johnson 0. 3-point goals—Poortinga 4, Kiti 1, Bill 1, Tuluman 1. Records—not reported.

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