Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 61, Mountain View 55

EVERETT — Taylor Freeman scored 24 points, including four 3-pointers, and the Thunderbirds rallied from a 13-point first quarter deficit to beat Mountain View at the Archbishop Murphy Christmas Tournament. Josh Hawkinson added 18 points for Shorewood. The Thunderbirds will play a team from Australia today at 4 p.m.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Shorewood8192014—61

Mountain View21131110—55

Shorewood—Anxhelos Pere 0, Taylor Freeman 24, Brandon Mar 4, Zane Hopen 2, Karson Gronvold 0, Ben Andrews 7, Zach Rattray 0, Ian Kirk 2, Josh Hawkinson 18, Sam Boone 4. Mountain View—McCauley 6, Drey 21, Dushesne 10, Woodson 0, Sanghera 16, Torson 2, Williams 0, Biggs 0, White 0. Jones 0. 3-point goals—Freeman 4, Andrews, Drey, Dushesne 2, Sanghera 4. Records—Shorewood 6-3 overall. Mountain View 6-4.

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