Prep boys basketball: South Whidbey 56, La Conner 44

LANGLEY — CJ Sutfin led the way with 16 points and Parker Collins and Chandler Sutton added 14 points a piece as South Whidbey defeated La Conner in a nonleague game. Hudson Zavala led the Braves with 16 points in the loss.

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La Conner—Cameron Hansen 0, Taylor Swanson 3, Scott Lindeman, Matt Finley 0, Skylar Kruger 6, James Wil 2, Sean Hulbert 13, Hudson Zavala 16, Cameron Sherman 5. South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 2, Nick Bennett 0, Brandon Asay 4, Nick French 6, Parker Collins 14, Chandler Sutton 14, CJ Sutfin 16. 3-point goals—Swanson, Kruger 2, Collins 2, Sutfin 2. Records—La Conner 13-4 overall. South Whidbey 3-12.

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