Prep boys basketball: Sultan 84, South Whidbey 76

LANGLEY —A game-high 32 points from Giovonni Williams led Sultan to a win over Cascade Conference opponent South Whidbey. Parker Collins scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Falcons.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Sultan17212422—84

South Whidbey17161924—76

Sultan—Robbie Rappuhn 11, Joe Schmidt 4, Giovonni Williams 32, Chris Walcott 2, Tyler Morris 8, Bubba Branham 9, Jordan Alexander 7, Cooper Beucherie 0, Antonio Rivas 0, Deion Bonilla 11. South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 2, Nick Bennett 2, Brandon Asay 15, Jordan Parrick 0, Nick French 12, Parker Collins 23, Nate Hanson 0, Greg Smith 0, CJ Sutfin 18, Sutton 4. 3-point goals—Rappuhn 3, Branham, Alexander, Bonilla 2, Asay 3, Sutton, Sutfin 2. Records—Sultan 8-4 league, 11-7 overall. South Whidbey 4-8, 5-13.

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