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Published: Friday, January 10, 2014, 9:34 p.m.

Cedarcrest boys storm back to beat Granite Falls, 78-72

GRANITE FALLS — Jordan Corpus scored 19 of his 35 points in the fourth quarter as Cedarcrest overturned a 10-point deficit to win the Cascade Conference game. Karl Spencer had 23 points for Granite Falls.
At Granite Falls H.S.
Cedarcrest 12 13 20 33 — 78
Granite Falls 19 19 17 17 — 72
Cedarcrest--Kyle Walsh 4, Andrew Gutmann 0, Adam Davenport 7, Nick Peden 3, Austin Paxman 8, Jordan Corpus 35, Alex Paulsen 0, Robert Cha 8, Anthony Ditore 6, Chad Klingenberg 4, Chase Cardon 2, Jake Kirschenmann 1. Granite Falls--Steven Hyvari 3, Riley Larsen 18, Evan West 10, Dan Matalomani 11, Kai Orthmeyer 2, Alex O’Neill 1, Karl Spencer 23, Ezra Chavez 3, Greg Barnett 1. 3-point goals—Peden, Paxman 2, Corpus 2, Larsen 2, West 2. Records—Cedarcrest 4-1 league, 7-4 overall. Granite Falls 1-3, 4-6.

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