Saturday’s prep boys basketball results

4A District Tournament

Kamiak 69, Monroe 60

Monroe 15 14 19 12 —60

Kamiak 17 14 14 24 —69

Monroe—Colby Kyle 14, Justin Folz 14, Trenton Newhouse 10, Spencer Davidson 8, Isaiah Cole 8, Brian Pino 3, JD Merwin 3, Joshua Jerome 0, Keivon Singleton 0, Blake Bingham 0, JJ Jerome 0. Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 25, Christian Clausan 20, Danny Sharp 10, Patrick Olsen 8, Landon Overtuff 4, Keller Whitney 2, Swell Ewing 0, Hunter Watkins 0.

3A District Tournament

Edmonds-Woodway 59, Arlington 58

Arlington 14 23 12 9 —58

Ed.-Woodway 17 7 21 14 —59

Arlington—Drew Bryson 29, Sam Tregoning 8, Anthony Whitis 8, Max Smith 4, Jaren Cary 3, Dele Aribibola 3, Griffin Gardoski 3, Cooper Cummings 0, Campbell Hudson 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Keaton McKay 18, Noah Becker 13, Ryan Peterson 9, Edikal Seare 6, Jalen Nash 6, Calum Knowles 3, Kameron Eck 2, Uchenna Achonlu 2, Mutdung Bol 0, Pietro Parrilla 0.

Squalicum 60, Everett 44

Squalicum 17 18 19 6 —60

Everett 11 4 9 20 —44

Squalicum—Damek Mitchell 27, Jacob Johnson 10, Ben Peterson 7, Devante Powell 6, Jack Wendling 4, Kendall Engelhart 3, Taylor Lenderman 2, Eric Monahan 1, Parker Stevens 0, Dedrick Mitchell 0, Jacob Hardy 0. Everett—Elijah Ross-Rutter 9, Byron Lewellen 8, Desmond Burton 7, Nathan Tuck 6, Wesley Erickson 4, Levi Collins 3, Bogdan Fesiienko 3, Preston Campbell 2, Murdock Rutledge 2, Andrew Olson 0, Mason Covos 0, Daniel Peterson 0

2A Bi-District Tournament

King’s 68, Mount Baker 57

Mount Baker 18 12 6 21 —57

King’s 13 15 10 30 —68

Mount Baker—Grant Balvanz 15, TJ Bass 12, Kaleb Bass 11, Jed Schleimer 7, Thomas Barbo 6, Ethan Gates 6, Michael Whitson 0, Carter Backstrom 0, Carson Engholm 0, Dionisio Romero 0, Parker Malone 0. King’s—Dawson Porcello 25, Luke Wicks 19, Josh Frohardt 11, Chewy Zevenbergen 9, Taylor Schoenfeld 2, Hunter Reeves 2, Jesse Hibbard 0, Luke Bobin 0, Nate Kleppe 0, Levi Bundrant 0, Tyler Durbin 0, Christian Lopez 0.

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