Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 69, Meadowdale 55

LYNNWOOD — Josh Hawkinson scored 30 points and went 12-for-14 from the free-throw line to pace Shorewood to a win over Meadowdale in a Wesco 3A South game. Griffin Over led the Mavericks with 16 points and four 3-pointers in the loss.

At Meadowdale H.S.



Shorewood—Anxhelos Pere 0, Taylor Freeman 15, Brandon Mar 3, Zane Hopen 3, Karson Gronvold 2, Ben Andrews 5, Zach Rattray 6, Ian Kirk 4, Josh Hawkinson 30, Sam Boone 0, Max Hundhausen 1. Meadowdale—Kenley Ackerman 4, Charlie White 7, Collin Costello 5, Aaron Gurley 0, Jacob Perkins 1, Chikodi Ezeokeke 10, Griffin Over 16, Aidan O’Neill 5, Eyasu Mulugetta 5, Caleb Tingstad 2. 3-point goals—Freeman 1, Mar 1, Costello 1, Ezeokeke 1, Over 4, Mulugetta 1. Records—Shorewood 2-0 league, 3-2 overall. Meadowdale 0-2, 2-4.

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