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Published: Saturday, December 28, 2013, 11:17 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Ballard 52, Shorecrest 49

BOTHELL -- Conin Oishi scored 14 points and Benny Ortega added 12 as Shorecrest fell to Ballard in a Bothell Holiday Tournament game.
At Bothell H.S.
Shorecrest 11 8 10 18 -- 49
Ballard 6 14 20 12 -- 52
Shorecrest--Conin Oishi 14, Drew Magaoay 0, Connor Hyppa 3, Daniel Ghebremichael 2, Benny Ortega 12, Zach Lawson 2, Alex Hofstrand 8, Aaron Kelly 6, Davis Strand 2. Ballard-- Nick Brown 24, Robert Brownlee 2, Josh Campbell 2, Chase Deger 16, Sean Eriksen 4, Morris Fortmann 0, Darius George 4, Max Marshall 0. 3-point goals--Oishi 2, Hyppa, Ortega 4. Records--Shorecrest 5-3 overall. Ballard 6-2.

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