Inglemoor edges Ballard with fourth quarter comeback | Prep boys basketball

The Inglemoor High School boys basketball team forged a fourth quarter comeback Tuesday night to defeat Ballard 53-52.

The Beavers fed off the home crowd during the first quarter to build a 17-10 lead. Inglemoor cut that lead to just three points by halftime.

But Ballard stayed ahead, extending the lead to five points through 24 minutes of play. But Inglemoor would nearly double its point total from any quarter during the fourth period with 21 points to take the lead and ultimately the game.

Trey Miller led the Vikings with 22 points, while teammates Will Luckette and Andy Nelson finished with nine points each.

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