Prep boys basketball: Lynden 60, King’s 52

LYNDEN — Calvin Kispert scored 20 points, but King’s couldn’t spoil Lynden’s perfect season as the Knights lost the nonleague game. Corey Kispert and Jacob Storkson each made three 3-pointers for King’s.

At Lynden H.S.

King’s1614148—52

Lynden15171315—60

King’s—Koa Wilkins 1, Cole Mitchell 0, Brett Jones 4, Noah Bundrant 3, David Barhanovich 4, Corey Kispert 9, Jacob Storkson 9, Josh Alexander 2, Daniel Fouty 0, Calvin Kispert 20, Joe Stack 0. Lynden—Jordan Wittenberg 3, Parker Harrison 4, Sterling Somers 9, Trey Shagren 3, Jaremy Martin 15, Scott Hastings 18, Jalani Phelps 8. 3-point goals—Corey Kispert 3, Storkson 3, Wittenberg, Somers, Shagren, Martin. Records—King’s 6-2 overall. Lynden 7-0.

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