Big fourth quarter pushes Bothell past Inglemoor | Prep boys baskdetball

A big fourth-quarter comeback pushed Bothell past Inglemoor Friday night at home.

The Cougars took an early lead against their rivals from Kenmore during the first quarter, 20-14, but lost momentum during the second quarter. That shift allowed Inglemoor to get out in front of Bothell by doubling up the Cougars, 26-13, during the third quarter.

The Vikings took a 53-45 lead into the final eight minutes of play. The Vikings' biggest weapon was a balanced offense, as four players finished in double figures in scoring and a fifth player was one point away.

But Bothell pushed forward and regained the momentum, narrowly pulling out the win.

The Cougars were led by Josh Martin with 25 points, while teammates Josh Kollman (15) and Peyton Cordova-Smith (13) both finished in double digits in scoring.

Trey Miller led the Vikings in scoring with 19 points, while Will Luckett put up 15 points.

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