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Published: Monday, December 30, 2013, 11:33 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Inglemoor 54, Glacier Peak 45

BELLEVUE -- Trey Chambers had 18 points but Glacier Peak couldn't overcome Trey Miller and Inglemoor, which won the BC High School Holiday Tournament championship game 54-45.
Miller had 21 points to lead the Vikings to the title. Colin Portugal and Chandler Ealin added 10 points apiece for Inglemoor.
Brady Southard and Luke Neill had nine and eight points, respectively, for Glacier Peak (8-2 overall) in the loss.
At Bellevue College
Glacier Peak 9 8 11 17 -- 45
Inglemoor 13 11 12 18 -- 54
Glacier Peak--Bobby Brooks 1, Ty Kjellesvik 5, Brady Southard 9, Nick Allan 4, Luke Neill 8, Trey Chambers 18. Inglemoor--Peacocke 2, Gardner 10, Ealin 10, Portugal 10, Miller 21, Luckett 1, Bafus 1. 3-point goals--Neill 2, Portugal 1, Ealin 2. Records--Glacier Peak 8-2 overall. Inglemoor not reported.

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Story tags » High School BasketballGlacier Peak High School

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