Prep boys basketball: Tulalip Heritage 86, Shorewood Christian 55

MOUNT VERNON — Tulalip Heritage earned a state berth and advanced to the title game of the 1B Tri-District Tournament by beating Shorewood Christian on Thursday. Keanu Hamilton led Tulalip Heritage with 20 points. Robert Miles and Shawn Sanchey each added 19.

The Hawks play either Neah Bay or Cedar Park Christian-MLT at 6 p.m. Saturday at Mount Vernon Christian High School for the district championship.

At Mount Vernon Christian

Shorewood Christian 10 14 14 17 — 55

Tulalip Heritage 30 22 13 21 — 86

Shorewood Christian—Manson 0, Domingo 14, King 19, Fevaleaki 2, Sollesvik 0, Morris 0, Lacenz 13, Malo 0, Akers 0, Young 7. Tulalip Heritage—Brandon Jones 8, Dontae Jones 4, Robert Miles 19, Shawn Sanchey 19, Keanu Hamilton 20, Anthony McLean 2, Willy Enick 0, Mike Leslie 0, Alan Enick 0, Ayrik Miranda 2, Trevor Fryberg 3, Bradley Fryberg 9. 3-point goals—Domingo 1, Lacenz 3, Young 1, B. Jones 1, B. Fryberg 1, T. Fryberg 1, Miles 3, Sanchey 3. Records—Shorewood Christian NA, Tulalip Heritage 22-1.

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