Prep boys basketball: Lynden Christian 61, King’s 52

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Caleb Taylor scored a team-high 17 points and Reid Jones added 11, but King’s failed to overcome an early deficit and lost the 1A District Tournament championship game. The Knights still advance to the Tri-District Tournament to face the winner of University Prep and Eatonville at 11 a.m. next Saturday at Lynnwood High School.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

King’s6101224—52

Lynden Christian1781224—61

King’s—Andrew Ayers 10, Brian Hughes 0, Caleb Taylor 17, Reid Jones 11, Josh Alexander 0, David Barhanovich 4, Jacob Storkson 0, Daniel Fouty 0, Calvin Kispert 0, Mason Friedline 2, Joe Stack 8. Lynden Christian—Blake Mellema 0, Nate Mettelink 13, Zach Roetcisoender 4, Levi VanderYacht 6, Truman VanDalen 3, Daulton Hommes 9, Grant Wolffis 1, Josh Hornstra 0, Dustin Bransma 8, Will Scolten 0, Issac Reimer 17. 3-point goals—Ayers 2, Taylor 3, Barhanovich 1, Stack 2, Mettelink 2, VanderYacht 2, Hommes 1, Reimer 3. Records—King’s 17-5 overall. Lynden Christian 17-5.

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