Kings upsets No. 2 Granger

YAKIMA — Karl Clocksin scored a game-high 20 points to lead sixth-ranked King’s over No. 2 Granger 68-61 in a Class 1A boys state tournament quarterfinal game Thursday at the Yakima SunDome.

Daniel Cheledinas and Ryan Hoff each added 16 points for the Knights (21-6), who took a six-point lead at halftime and never let the Spartans get closer than five in the second half.

Brandon Oswalt led the Spartans (23-1) with 14 points and Mitchell Zapien, who leads the team with a 20-point average, added 12 before fouling out in the fourth quarter.

Clocksin grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds and blocked three shots.

The Knights shot 49 percent (25-for-51) while Granger made just 37 percent (22-for-60).

At the Yakima SunDome



GrangerOswalt 14, Cortez 4, Castro 9, Carpenter 2, Cruz 5, Vivar 2, Zapien 12, James 5, Brown 0, Reddout 8. Totals 22-60 12-17 61. KingsBrugger 10, Sawtell 0, Hoff 16, Coshow 0, Berendsen 6, Cheledinas 16, Clocksin 20. Totals 25-51 15-25 68.

Thursdays 1A quarterfinals

Kings 68, Granger 61

Meridian 56, Freeman 48

Cascade Christian 37, Onalaska 27

Vashon Island 54, Bellevue Christian 48

Consolation (losers out)

Lakeside 40, Toledo 29

Nooksack Valley 69, Ilwaco 49

Lake Roosevelt 59, Columbia 26

Chelan 73, Mabton 47

Thursdays 2B quarterfinals

Pe Ell 65, White Swan 64

Davenport 48, Napavine 38

Entiat 59, La Conner 33

Liberty Christian 58, Chief Leschi 41

Consolation (losers out)

Bear Creek 57, Soap Lake 44

Life Christian 63, Waitsburg-Prescott 49

Toutle Lake 62, Asotin 49

Colfax 66, Willapa Valley 36

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