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Boys basketball: Battle Ground 61, Heritage 43

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Kaden Perry had 31 points and Nate Millspaugh provided the early spark, finishing with 16 points for the Tigers.

“We were really struggling early and Nate hit a lot of big shots for us,” Battle Ground coach Manny Melo said. “He’s the biggest reason (Kaden Perry) had 31. Heritage had to play hard on him (outside), and it led to a lot of easy buckets for Kaden.”

Brendan Beall added 10 points for the Tigers, who will play Camas on Wednesday.

Conner Childs had 16 to lead Heritage, which will conclude its season Wednesday with a non-league game against Washougal.

BATTLE GROUND 61, HERITAGE 43

HERITAGE — Capone Johnson 11, Jayden Cardiel 3, Jalen Hinton 4, Azriel Munns 2, Conner Childs 16, Nikki Scott 3, Drew Gray 4. Totals 18 (6) 1-3 43.

BATTLE GROUND — Bishop Straube 2, Max Ramirez 0, Cole Billingsley 0, Nate Millspaugh 16, Brendan Beall 10, Kaden Perry 31, Brody Smith 0, David Reed 0, Brian Weeks 2, Jake Kostman 0. Totals 26 (2) 7-9 61.

Heritage 13 8 6 16–43

B. Ground 16 10 18 18–61

JV — Heritage won.

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