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Issaquah beats Inglemoor despite big second quarter | Prep boys basketball

The Inglemoor High School boys basketball team lost to Issaquah Tuesday night 64-57 despite a big second quarter.

The Eagles came out strong to start the game, leading 22-12 after the first quarter. But Inglemoor looked poised for an upset as they took a 28-27 lead into halftime.

Issaquah was able to regroup at half, again putting on a big push during the third quarter and taking a 52-39 lead heading into the final frame.

The Vikings made a push during the fourth quarter, outscoring Issaquah 18-12 but the lead proved to be too much.

Inglemoor was led by Chris Bryant with 21 points, while teammates Cooper Danby and Colin Portugal each had 13 points.

 

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