Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 45, Shorecrest 39

SHORELINE — Shorewood’s Josh Hawkinson outscored Shorecrest by himself in the fourth quarter scoring 12 points as the Thunderbirds outscored their crosstown rival 16-10 in the decisive quarter for the Wesco 3A South win. Hawkinson, who is headed to Washington State University, finished with a game-high 24 points and seven blocks.

At Shorewood H.S.



Shorecrest—Conin Oishi 7, Benny Ortega 2, Zach Lawson 3, Liam O’Neill 3, Alex Hofstrand 0, Jake Scherf 0, Sam Franks 12, Masamba Njadoe 4, Dylan Pontrello 2, Alex Horning 6. Shorewood—Anxhelos Pere 0, Taylor Freeman 4, Brandon Mar 2, Zane Hopen 5, Karson Gronvold 0, Ben Andrews 8, Zach Rattray 0, Josh Hawkinson 24, Yonathan Michael 2. 3-point goals—Hopen 1, Lawson 1, Franks 4, Oishi 1. Records—Shorecrest 0-1 league, 3-1 overall. Shorewood 1-0, 2-2.

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