Bothell holds on to defeat Eastlake in boys basketball

  • Wednesday, January 31, 2018 9:33am
  • Sports

Bothell held on to defeat a surging Eastlake squad, 60-58, in 4A KingCo boys basketball action on Tuesday night.

Eastlake outscored Bothell, 27-10, in the final quarter, but couldn’t upend the Cougars, who raised their league-leading record to 13-1.

Bothell — 16-2 overall — led 34-16 at halftime and 50-31 after three quarters.

Jake Medjo led Bothell with 23 points and nine rebounds, followed by Cameron Tyson with 14 points, Jordan Potts with 11 points and Spencer Wright with 10 points.

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