Prep boys basketball: Stanwood 64, Eisenhower 25

COEUR D’ALENE — Stanwood outscored Eisenhower 44-7 in the second and third quarters to easily win the game at the Coeur d’Alene Invitational. Brady Garcea scored 13 points and Cannen Roberson added 11 for the Spartans.

At North Idaho College

Stanwood1223218—64

Eisenhower10528—25

Stanwood—Mason Garcea 4, Josh Thayer 9, Cannen Roberson 11, Drew Stang 0, Ian Zipp 8, Brady Garcea 13, Kurtis Hushagen 2, Chad Larson 2, Brian O’Donnell 0, Ian Edlund 6, Drew Sears 9. Eisenhower—not reported. 3-point goals—Thayer, Zipp 2, Garcea 3. Records—Stanwood 7-2 overall. Eisenhower not reported.

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