Prep boys basketball: Sultan 67, Lakewood 53

SULTAN — Brock VandenEkart finished with 28 points and 15 rebounds to pace Sultan to a win over Lakewood in a Cascade Conference game. Justin Peterson led all Cougars’ scorers with 15 points in the loss.

At Sultan H.S.



Lakewood—Brady Camp 0, Adam Oppliger 0, Ryan Alford 10, Blaine Kelly 5, Hunter Fritz 14, Justin Peterson 15, Kendal Kippen 0, Paul Coleman 3, Chance Schueller 0, Eljay Johnson 6. Sultan—Robbie Rappuhn 11, Steven Branham 15, Brock VandenEkart 28, Corbin McQuarrie 3, Cooper Beucherie 6, Sam Cotterill 3, Antonio Rivas 1, Deion Bonilla 0, Marcus Hall 0. 3-point goals—Alford 1, Fritz 2, Peterson 1, Coleman 1, Rappuhn 1, VandenEkart 2, McQuarrie 1, Cotterill 1. Records—Lakewood 2-4 league, 4-8 overall. Sultan 4-2, 5-5.

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