Prep boys basketball: South Whidbey 76, Lakewood 64

LANGLEY — Brandon Asay scored 26 points and Nick French added 20 as South Whidbey beat Lakewood in a Cascade Conference game. Ryan Alford led the Cougars with 25 points.

At South Whidbey

Lakewood1791325—64

South Whidbey29131520—76

Lakewood—Brady Camp 0, Ryan Alford 25, Mitchell Darrah 0, Hunter Fritz 12, Paul Coleman 10, Chance Schueller 9, Eljay Johnson 4, Philip Hofmann 2, Robert Sims 2. South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 5, Nick Bennett 2, Brandon Asay 26, Cody Russell 0, Jordan Parrick 0, Nick French 20, Parker Collins 10, Nate Hanson 7, Greg Smith 0, CJ Sutfin 7, Campbell Albertsen 0. 3-point goals—Alford, Fritz 2, Coleman 3, Schueller 2, Asay, French. Records—Lakewood 2-2 league, 4-5 overall. South Whidbey 2-2, 2-7.

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