Four players score in double figures to lift Inglemoor to its first win of the season | Prep boys basketball

The Inglemoor High School boys basketball team earned its first win the season Tuesday, beating Roosevelt 65-39.

The Vikings pulled out to a slim three-point lead during the first quarter but steadily built upon that advantage. During the second quarter, Inglemoor doubled the Roughriders scoring output for a 30-18 halftime lead.

That lead continued to grow, as Inglemoor put up one of its best two-quarter stretches of basketball this season, scoring 35 points.

The Vikings Trey Miller put up 21 points, while teammates Chris Bryant, Cooper Danby, and Brendan Lauck all scored 11 points each.

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