Inglemoor wins second in a row | Prep boys basketball

The Inglemoor High School boys basketball team won its second game of the season Friday thanks to a fast start against Redmond. The Vikings won the game 66-55.

Inglmoor outscored the Mustangs during the first quarter by nine points and never relinquished the lead. The 22-point first quarter is the best start the Vikings have had this season.

Inglemoor extended the lead during the third quarter by five points.

The win came despite Redmond’s Kyle Sawtell posting 33 points.

Chris Bryant led the Vikings on offense with 21 points, while teammates Trey Miller (16) and Colin Portugal (14) scored in double figures.

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