Thursday’s prep stars of the night

Isaac Hadley-Comenote, G, Tulalip Heritage

Hadley-Comenote, a sophomore, scored 24 points to help lift the Hawks to a 70-32 Northwest 1B victory over Providence Classical Christian.

Hayden Long, Granite Falls wrestling

Long, a freshman 145-pounder, registered a pair of victories for the Tigers in Cascade Conference duals against South Whidbey and Sultan.

Paris Smith, Cascade bowling

Smith, a junior, rolled a 245 game and a 386 series to help the Bruins sweep Seattle Prep in a Wesco match at West Seattle Bowl.

Ben Olesen, G, Jackson

Olesen, a junior, hit the game-winning shot with less than five seconds remaining to give the Timberwolves a 58-56 win over Kamiak in a Wesco 4A contest.

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