Lake Washington boys beat Interlake, Lynden for winning week | Boys prep basketball
By MEGAN MANAGAN
Kirkland Reporter writer
January 20, 2011 · Updated 12:45 PM
The Lake Washington boys team moved into the No. 2 spot in KingCo with wins over Interlake and Lynden last week.
On Friday, Jan. 14 the Kangs beat Interlake 57-37 in a KingCo match.
Lake Washington successfully kept the Saints away from the basket during the win, allowing under 10 points for three straight quarters. Kramer Taylor had the team high of 16 points during the game, while Guy Lynott and Matt Staudacher both added 12 to the final total. Darien Nelson-Henry had seven points, Mike Hanson added four, Tate Coddington put up three, Marcus Giovacchini had two and Cody Bernstein scored one point.
Last Saturday at the King Holiday Hoopfest at Seattle University, the Kangs faced Lynden of Whatcom County. Lake Washington won 59-48.
It was Lynott this time with the team high of 18 points, followed by Stauacher's 16, Robert Reyes' 10, Nelson-Henry's nine, while Drew Doane had four and Hanson had two.
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Despite a 21-4 first quarter for the Rebels, they scored at least 10 points in every quarter for the rest of the game, but defensively couldn't slow down the Wolverines to get ahead.
Ty Eng had 13 points for the Rebels by the end of the match, while Kellen Gildersleeve had nine overall. Brett Hamre and Devan Jackson each scored five, Nicola Stanjic had four, Lee Woodward had three, while Avery Britton and Nate Dean had two a piece and Taylor Williams scored one point.
The Rebels played Interlake and Lake Washington this week, after Reporter deadline, and will host Mercer Island next Friday, Jan. 28.Contact Kirkland Reporter writer Megan Managan at firstname.lastname@example.org.