Prep boys basketball: Lummi 74, Cedar Park Christian 55

BELLINGHAM — Eric Matson scored 19 points and Ben Reidy added 18, but Lummi knocked off Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace in a nonleague game to snap the Lions’ four-game winning streak.

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Cedar Park Christian—Daniel Walker 0, Frank Pina 0, Eric Matson 19, Aaron Gillis 0, Steven Joo 2, Aaron Redd 0, Ben Reidy 18, Austin Schley 2, Zach Schley 7. Lummi—Williams 12, Roberts 0, Cooper 3, Wilson 10, Scarbrough 0, Toby 8, Brookie 19, Jones 6, T. Lane 10, K. Lane 6, Hoskins 0. 3-point goals—Matson, Guddal, Schley, Williams 2, Cooper, Brookie 4. Records—Cedar Park Christian 4-2 overall. Lummi 4-0.

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