Wednesday, October 5, 2022
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Boys basketball: Prairie 60, Fort Vancouver 46

The Columbian

Aidan Fraly scored 21 points to the Falcons battled get past Fort and secure the No. 2 seed to the bi-district playoffs.

“It’s wasn’t pretty,” Prairie interim coach Jimmy Tuominen said. “But we found a way to grind it out.”

Reece Walling had a strong finish, adding 12 points as the Falcons pulled away in the last four minutes of the game.

Prairie lost senior Brady Gagnon for the season to a non-contact knee injury in practice on Thursday.

Kahlil Singleton had 18 points to lead the Trappers.


FORT VANCOUVER — Darius Scheer 0, Tyrique Cargile 2, Keyontae Cage 7, Kahlil Singleton 18, Tre Cannon 10, Ashtin Rivada 0, Morgan Weinmaster 5, Trevor Wright 4. Totals 15 (8) 8-12 46.

PRAIRIE — Aidan Fraly 21, Treyce Teague 2, Jimmie Barton 2, Zeke Dixson 6, AJ Dixson 10, Mark Frazier 4, Gabe Lilly 3, Hayden Rose 0, Reece Walling 12. Totals 22 (5) 11-18 60.

Fort 10 12 13 11–46

Prairie 15 14 11 20–60

JV — Prairie won.

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