Inglemoor wins big, four players finish in double figures | Prep boys basketball

The Inglemoor High School boys basketball team beat Woodinville Friday with its largest margin of victory this year.

The Vikings had four players finish in double figures as they won 79-46.

Woodinville kept the game close during the first quarter before Inglemoor found its groove on offense during the second quarter, doubling up its opponents 22-11.

But the Vikings would pull away after the half, scoring 41 second-half points, including 24 during the fourth quarter alone.

Inglemoor's Trey Miller led all scorers with 21 points, while Chris Bryant (14 points), Cooper Danby (13) and Brendan Lauck balanced the offensive barrage.

The win gets the Vikings even on the season at 3-3 in league play and 6-6 overall.

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