Inglemoor hitting its stride, beats Redmond to reach .500 | Prep boys basketball

After a dismal start to the season the Inglemoor boys basketball team is hitting its stride, including a 74-51 win at Redmond High School Friday night.

The Vikings put the pedal down during the first quarter, running past the Mustangs with a 19-7 first-quarter advantage. The Vikings built on that lead during the third quarter, outscoring Redmond 23-11.

The fourth quarter was a track meet as Redmond scored more than the Vikings for the first time during any quarter with a 25-21 advantage.

Inglemoor was led by Trey Miller (22 points) and Brendan Lauck (20). Teammate Chris Bryant scored 13 points.

With the win the Vikings return to .500 with a 4-4 in-league record and 7-7 overall.


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