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Boys basketball: Evergreen 84, Fort Vancouver 67

The Columbian

Mario Herring logged his first career triple-double with a game-high 30 points to go with 12 rebounds and 10 blocked shots as the Plainsmen cut down the nets after completing a 10-0 3A Greater St. Helens League season.

Herring also had five assists and got his 30 points without making a 3 pointer.

Evergreen pulled away in the second half after being tied at halftime 43-43.

“It was really exciting,” Evergreen coach Brett Henry said. “Fort played very, very hard. I’m just thankful we had a game like this as we move forward.”

Izaac Romero scored 25 points in a starting role on senior night for Evergreen. Jayden Stanley had 13 points.

The Trapper were led by Kahlil Singleton’s 25 points, and Tre Cannon added 11.


FORT VANCOUVER — Darius Scheer 5, Tyrique Cargile 6, Keyontae Cage 3, Kahlil Singleton 25, Tre Cannon 11, Ashtin Rivada 3, Morgan Weinmaster 2, Justin Vernon 4, Trevor Wright 0, John Tulaepa 8. Totals 22 (7) 12-18 67.

EVERGREEN — Camren Smith 3, Jaden Stanley 13, Izaac Romero 25, Zyell Griffin 6, Tyler Ricketts 5, Keifer Lopez 0, Mario Herring 30, Tae Marks 0, Acron Jack 0, Carter Monda 2, Issayas Yohannes 0, Nathan Lien 0. Totals 33 (4) 14-21 84.

Fort 14 29 11 13–67

Evergreen 22 21 19 22–84

JV — Evergreen won

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