Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 69, Oak Harbor 68 (OT)

OAK HARBOR — Josh Hawkinson scored 35 points, going 10-for-12 from the free-throw line, to pace Shorewood to an overtime victory over Oak Harbor in a Wesco 3A crossover game. The Wildcats were led by Dayne Herron’s 18 points and Drew Washington’s 14 points and four 3-pointers for in the loss.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Shorewood112212168—69

Oak Harbor101221187 —68

Shorewood—Anxhelos Pere 0, Taylor Freeman 3, Brandon Mar 5, Zane Hopen 12, Ben Andrews 14, Josh Hawkinson 35, Sam Boone 0, Yonathan Michael 0, Max Hundhausen 0. Oak Harbor—Dayne Herron 18, Drew Washington 14, Gabe Groeing 8, Jamacio Webster 7, Chris Hailer 18, Forrest Brown, Anthony Stewart 0, Anfrenee Angkaw 0, Dyllan Harris 3. 3-point goals—Freeman 1, Mar 1, Hopen 2, Washington 4, Harris 3. Records—Shorewood 5-1 league, 10-3 overall. Oak Harbor 3-3, 7-6.

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