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Published: Tuesday, January 29, 2013, 9:59 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Friday Harbor 62, Cedar Park Christian-MLT 46

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- Cedar Park Christian struggled to score out of halftime and Friday Harbor outscored the Lions 20-4 to open the third quarter en route to a Northwest 1A/2B/1B League win. Eric Matson led the Lions with 13 points in the loss, just CPC's second of the season.
Donald Galt and Otis Cooper-West each scored 19 points to lead the Wolverines.
At Cedar Park Christian H.S.
Friday Harbor 17 10 21 14 -- 62
Cedar Park Christian 14 14 9 9 -- 46
Friday Harbor--Bill Revercomb 0, Dylan Demaris 3, Donald Galt 19, Sergio Trujilo 0, Peter Strasser 0, Levi Demaris 0, CJ Woods 11, Otis Cooper-West 19, Brandon Allen 2, Ryan Allen 8. Cedar Park Christian--Daniel Walker 0, Micah Patterson 6, Eric Matson 13, Aaron Gillis 0, Wilson Reidt 3, Terry Eun 12, Daniel Schettler 8, Ben Reidy 4, Austin Schley 0, Andrew Paulson 0, Christian Guddal 0. 3-point goals--Galt, Woods 2, Cooper-West, Patterson, Matson 3, Eun. Records--Friday Harbor 6-0 league, 10-7 overall. Cedar Park Christian 4-2, 17-2.

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