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Published: Tuesday, January 8, 2013, 10:58 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Cedar Park Christian-MLT 75, Mount Vernon Christian 57

MOUNT VERNON -- Terry Eun led Cedar Park Christian with 21 points and three 3-pointers in a nonleague win. Tyler Houtsma paced Mount Vernon Christian with 16 and four 3-pointers.
At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.
Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 20 16 20 19 -- 75
Mount Vernon Christian 16 9 10 22 -- 57
Cedar Park Christian--Daniel Walker 0, Micah Patterson 18, Eric Matson 8, Aaron Gillis 0, Wilson Reidt 10, Terry Eun 21, Daniel Schettler 6, Ben Reidy 0, Austin Schley 3, Andrew Paulson 0, Christian Guddal 0, Zach Wallace 9. Mount Vernon Christian--Tyler Houtsma 16, Michael Hancock 0, Jonathan deHaan 11, James Hurd 6, Riley Hood 0, Andrew Graves 5, Tim VanderKooy 10, Joshua Twedt 0, Kurtis Noste 5, Mark Geertsma 4. 3-point goals--Houtsma 4, deHaan 1, Schley 1, Patterson 2, Eun 3, Wallace 1. Records--Cedar Park Christian 13-0 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 4-9.

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