Prep boys basketball: Mount Baker 66, South Whidbey 56

DEMING — South Whidbey’s Brandon Asay scored 16 points and Parker Collins added 15, but the Falcons’ season ended after a loss to Mount Baker in a loser out game at the 1A District 1 Tournament.

At Mount Baker H.S.

South Whidbey15161411—56

Mount Baker12132219—66

South Whidbey—Brandon Asay 16, Nick Bennett 2, Nick French 18, Taylor Simmons 0, Josh Bishop 5, Parker Collins 15, Angus Jones 0, Chase Collins 0. Mount Baker—Isaac Gilmore 3, Reuben Murashov 11, Zan Roman 3, Ty Munsell 13, Seth Bass 0, Harrison Whitmyre 0, Conner Brandland 8, Colton Ranson 15, Dalton Munsell 11, Andrew Zender 2. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—South Whidbey 5-19 overall. Mount Baker 8-15.

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