Prep boys basketball: Lynnwood 62, Lake Stevens 60

BOTHELL — Tyler McArthur scored 21 points to help Lynnwood hold off Lake Stevens in a Wesco 4A game. Trey Pavitt had 21 points and Jacob Eason grabbed 13 rebounds for the Vikings.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Lake Stevens18171312—60

Lynnwood18141614—62

Lake Stevens—Collin Peterson 2, Justin Brown 0, Garrett Glick 0, Dante Lewis 9, CJ Lat 9, Neil Blaine 0, Josh Perry 2, Jacob Eason 3, Trey Pavitt 21, Braden Ash 14, Riley Krenz 0. Lynnwood—Jake Taschner 14, Robert Todorov 0, Cordell Smith 8, Patrick Smith 0, David Vo 2, Julian Walker 0, Bryce Milne 5, Greyson Elwell 8, Lamar Patrick 0, Malik Sims 4, David Nguyen 0, Tyler McArthur 21, Ramon Cisneros 0. 3-point goals—Lewis, Pavitt, Taschner, Elwell. Records—Lake Stevens 0-6 league, 1-11 overall. Lynnwood 3-3, 4-7.

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