Prep boys basketball: South Whidbey 59, Concrete 40

CONCRETE — Brandon Asay led South Whidbey with 16 points in a nonleague win.

At Concrete H.S.

South Whidbey1020227—59

Concrete128128—40

South Whidbey—Brandon Asay 16, Sam Turpin 6, Nick French 11, Taylor Simmons 0, Josh Bishop 8, Mitchell Hughes 8, Mo Hamsa 10, Angus Jones 0, Chase Collins 0. Concrete—Joey Solomon 3, Hayden Holbrook 7, Cody Jarmin 7, Dallas Newby 8, Forrest Barnedt 0, Dylan Clark 7, Andy Freeman 8, Josh Ragge 0. 3-point goals—Asay 1, Bishop 2, Solomon 1, Newby 1, Clark 1, Jarmin 1. Records—South Whidbey 1-0 overall. Concrete 0-1.

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