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Boys basketball: King’s Way Christian 74, Columbia-White Salmon 27

The Columbian

King’s Way finished its Trico League schedule undefeated for the first time and now awaits district play.

Keinan Walter scored 18 points and Kater Graves 13 to lead the Knights (15-4, 12-0 Trico) in scoring.

The Knights’ defense held Columbia to 14 points from the second quarter on.

“This year we have lots of expectations, and the challenge in front of use will be great at district,” King’s Way coach Daven Harmeling said.

Harmeling said Judah Smith had strong rebounding effort, and Tony Huser brought lots of energy to the floor.


COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON — Samuel Rowlen 3, William Gross 3, Ulices Isordia 8, Zachary Walker 4, Brady Trullinger 2, Aidan Trummel 0, Lewis Rowlen 0, Riley Haner 0, Jabal Gilbert 7. Totals 12 (1) 2-9 27.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN — Kefentse Cason 6, Judah Smith 3, Darion Lycksell 3, Skyler Freeman 8, Karter Graves 13, Joe Mills 3, Kyle Gonzales 9, Khalfani Cason 3, Kienan Walter 18, Preston Danberg 6, Tony Huser 2. Totals 28 (10) 8-14 74.

Col-WS 13 5 5 4–27

King’s Way 19 13 22 20–74

JV — King’s Way won.

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