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Bothell gets back on track, runs past Inglemoor | Prep boys basketball

After losing its first and second games of the season during back-to-back games earlier this week, the Bothell boys basketball team got back into the win column Friday.

The Cougars recived 63 points combined from Zach LeVine and Perrion Callendret during the 96-67 romp against league rival Inglemoor.

The game stayed relatively close during the first half, as the Vikings only trailed by a 39-34 margin at halftime.

Inglemoor managed to keep pace with Bothell during the third but fell a little further behind, getting outscored 23-19.

But the fourth quarter was a different story. The Cougars unleashed their offense on the Vikings, scoring a season high for one quarter, 34 points to Inglemoor's 14.

LeVine finished with 33 points, while teammates Callendret (30 points) and Josh Martin (15 points) gave the Vikings more than they could handle.

Iglemoor's Chris Bryant led his team with 27 points, while Trey Miller finished with 15 points and Brendan Lauk had 10 points.

 

 

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