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Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 11:34 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian 71, Highland Christian 37

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- Eric Matson scored 13 points and Terry Eun added 11 to lead Cedar Park Christian to a win over Highland Christian in a nonleague game. Jordan Starr led Highland Christian with 12 points.
At Cedar Park Christian H.S.
Highland Christian 5 4 18 10 -- 37
Cedar Park Christian 19 17 18 17 -- 71
Highland Christian--Grady Poortinga 5, Dakota Andrews 9, Jordan Starr 12, Tim Matthews 0, Brian Matthews 0, Edward Lee 0, Mick Boe 0, Diamond Kiti 0, Jacob Starr 2, Colton Wold 3. Cedar Park Christian--Daniel Walker 4, Micah Patterson 1, Eric Matson 13, Aaron Gillis 2, Wilson Reidt 3, Terry Eun 11, Daniel Schettler 7, Ben Reidy 5, Austin Schley 5, Christian Guddal 2, Zach Wallace 4, Andrew Paulson 8. 3-point goals--Schley 1, Andrews 1, Jordan Starr 1. Records--Highland Christian 0-3 overall. Cedar Park Christian 6-0.

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Story tags » Cedar Park Christian SchoolHighland Christian SchoolsHigh School Basketball

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