Prep boys basketball: Oak Harbor 67, Everett 55

OAK HARBOR — Drew Washington scored 26 points to go along with his five 3-pointers to pace Oak Harbor to a win over Everett. With the victory the Wildcats clinched a district berth. The Seagulls were led by Steven Tran and David Popach who scored 14 points apiece in the loss.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

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Everett—Steven Tran 14, David Popach 14, Nolan Rogge 8, Phil Wilson 0, Cal Knapp 2, Sam Tollefson 8, Nick Kopp 0, Noah Juarez 6, Dre Edwards 3. Oak Harbor—Dayne Herron 10, Drew Washington 26, Zach Jones 0, Gabe Groeing 10, JoJo Webster 13, Forrest Brown 0, Anthony Stewart 0, Anfrenee Angkaw 0, Dyllan Harris 8. 3-point goals—Tran 2, Popach 3, Rogge 2, Tollefson 2, Edwards 1, Washington 5, J. Webster 1. Records—Everett 2-8 league, 5-12 overall. Oak Harbor 5-5, 9-8.

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