Prep boys basketball: Squalicum 70, Cedarcrest 66

DUVALL — Zach Taylor’s 28 points and 11 rebounds wasn’t enough as Squalicum held off Cedarcrest in a nonleague contest. Jordan Corpus added 21 for the Red Wolves, while Blake Youtsey scored 22 points and hit four 3-pointers for the Storm.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Squalicum12152617—70

Cedarcrest12121527—66

Squalicum—Blake Youtsey 22, Blake Harmon 15, Ben Garcia 12, Jonathan Whetnall 11, Tre Clark 4, Luke Weber 4, Clark Hazlett 2. Cedarcrest—Zach Taylor 28, Jordan Corpus 21, Xavier Turner 11, Bennett Minnie 3, John Soule 2, Chris Cole 1, Brett Young 0, Jerry Gates 0, Chad Klingenberg 0. 3-point goals—Youtsey 4, Harmon 1, Garcia 4, Whetnall 2, Taylor 3, Corpus 2, Turner 1. Records—Squalicum 1-0 overall. Cedarcrest 1-0.

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