Bothell High boys hoops on roll

Bothell High’s boys basketball team keeps cranking out the victories.

With a pair of wins over North Creek and Eastlake last week, the Cougars are now 8-0 in 4A KingCo play and 11-1 overall.

Cameron Tyson amassed 34 points — including six 3-pointers — in Bothell’s 86-62 win over North Creek on Jan. 5. Jake Medjo had 22 points and Da’Vicious Wilson added 14 points.

For North Creek, Andrew Mazzawi had 21 points and 12 rebounds and Ethan Boyd added 12 points.

Bothell led 25-17 after the first quarter and 45-31 at halftime.

Eastlake rolled to a 41-32 halftime lead on Jan. 3, but Bothell tied the score at 50-50 after three quarters and turned up the scoring fire to pull away in the fourth with a 76-66 victory.

Tyson was hot again with 32 points and six treys and Medjo tallied 18 points and eight boards.

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