Boys basketball: Seton Catholic 56, King’s Way Christian 55

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D.K. Lee’s only points of the game handed King’s Way Christian its first league loss of the season.

Lee was true with a 3-pointer with four seconds remaining to give the Cougars the win.

“Everybody had a piece of this pie,” Seton coach Jon Schroeder said. “This was big for our schoo and big for our athletic program.”

Evan Simms and Conor McDaid-O’Neill each scored 19 points for the Cougars. Simms also had five steals, and McDaid-O’Neill grabbed eight rebounds.

C.J. Strong led the Cougars with nine rebounds.

David Velkemp and Christian Bukant each scored 16 for King’s Way.

SETON CATHOLIC 56, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 55

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN — Chris Crenshaw 4, Ben Nelson 6, , Joshua Kuramoto 1, David Velkemp 16, Sundeep Sandhu 4, Carter Coval 3, Josh Snyder 5, Christain Bukant 16. Totals 16 (2) 21-31 55.

SETON CATHOLIC — John Polen 0, Evan Simms 19, D.K. Lee 3, Conor McDaid-O’Neill 19, Drew Fuller 3, Justin James 0, C.J. Strong 0, Hayden Strong 3, Zach James 2, Riley McShane 2, Cole Farrell 5, Jimmy McGinley 0. Totals 18 (4) 16-33 56.

King’s Way 15 14 17 9—55

Seton 13 22 9 12—56