Prep boys basketball: Sultan 84, South Whidbey 72

SULTAN — The Sultan offense roared to life in the second half as the Turks scored 52 points over the final two quarters to earn the Cascade Conference win. Giovonni Williams scored 24 points for Sultan, while South Whidbey’s Parker Collins also finished with 24 points.

At Sultan H.S.

South Whidbey15232112—72


South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 5, Nick Bennett 6, Brandon Asay 6, Nick French 14, Parker Collins 24, Nate Hanson 2, CJ Sutfin 15. Sultan_Robbie Rappuhn 7, Joe Schmidt 0, Giovonni Williams 24, Chris Walcott 10, Tyler Morris 9, Bubba Branham 15, Jordan Alexander 0, Antonio Rivas 5, Deion Bonilla 14. 3-point goals—Asay, Collins 3, Sutfin 2, Rappuhn, Walcott 2, Morris 2, Branham, Bonilla. Records—South Whidbey 2-3 league, 2-8 overall. Sultan 4-1, 7-2.

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