Prep boys basketball: Tulalip Heritage 63, Darrington 24

DARRINGTON — Keanu Hamilton scored 13 points and Brandon Jones added 12 as Tulalip Heritage improved to 9-0 after a win over Darrington at the Darrington Holiday Tournament. Tyler Simmons led the Loggers with 14 points.

At Darrington H.S.

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Darrington6468—24

Tulalip Heritage—Brandon Jones 12, Dontae Jones 5, Payton Comenote 6, Robert Miles 8, Shawn Sanchey 3, Keanu Hamilton 13, Anthony McLean 0, Willy Enick 2, Mike Leslie 1, Alan Enick 0, Ayrik Miranda 8, Bradley 5, Trevor 0. Darrington—Tyler Simmons 14, Austin Edwards 6, Riley Brunner 0, Michel Carrington, Cooper Young 0, Trent Green 4, Andrew Young 0, Tyler Davis 0, Randy Emerson 0, Colin Davis 0, Paul Franke 0, Josh Wiegand 0, Quinton Kuntz 0. 3-point goals—B. Jones 2, D. Jones, Comenote, Miranda 2, Bradley. Records—Tulalip Heritage 9-0 overall. Darrington 0-6.

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