Saturday’s prep scores, recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL

Rancho Mirage (Calif.) Holiday Invitational

Capistrano Valley (Calif.) 85, Kamiak 76

Mission Bay (Calif.) Tournament

Lake Stevens 72, Soldotna (Alaska) 36

Bothell Tournament

Shorecrest 65, Jackson 37

Crush in the Slush Tournament

Port Townsend H.S.

LaConner 38, Granite Falls 37

Non-conference

Northgate (Calif.) 61, South Whidbey 33

Archbishop Murphy 66, Seton Catholic 63

Bishop Blanchet 55, King’s 49

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cam Jam Clash for Cancer

At Central Valley H.S. (Spokane)

Stanwood 65, Mead 45

Sunnyside 62, Glacier Peak 53

Non-conference

Bothell 57, Jackson 41

Lynden Christian 51, Snohomish 37

Mount Vernon 43, Oak Harbor 36

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