Boys basketball: Camas 53, Kentlake 41

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Jackson Glikbarg scored 14 points to lead a balanced scoring attack as the Papermakers improve to 4-0 on the season.

Camas’ defense forced several early turnovers, allowing the Papermakers to forge a 14-2 lead after one quarter.

After Kentlake hit 3 3-pointers in the third quarter to close the deficit to eight points, Camas sealed the win from the free throw line.

“This is a tight-knit group,” first-year coach Ryan Josephson said. “We had nine different guys score, which is nice to see. And that’s happening because they are making plays for each other.”

CAMAS 53, KENTLAKE 41

KENTLAKE (2-4) — Mason Homolka 0, Michael Alar 5, Miles Connors-Williams 6, Burke Wald 12, Jarese Eddie 2, Elijah Hayden 3, Sam Morasch 0, Jaleel Walton 2, Gunner Ellsworth 6, Garrett Eversole 5. Totals 13 (6) 9-15 41.

CAMAS (4-0) — Connor Shira 0, Jackson Glikbarg 14, Kyle Allen 6, Shane Jamison 5, Carson Bonine 0, Ben Cooke 4, Ryan Rushall 0, Gabe Mukobi 8, Isaiah Sampson 3, Fox Bessinger 0, Zachary Chillian 9, Joshua McPhun 1, Treton Carlisle 3. Totals 17 (3) 16-26 53.

Kentlake 2 10 15 14–41

Camas 14 10 11 18–53