Bothell boys outlast Mount Si, retain KingCo lead; Inglemoor, Cedar Park boys lose

The Bothell High boys basketball team clinched a berth in the upcoming conference tournament with a conference win over Mount Si, 68-63, on Jan. 20 in Snoqualmie.

Senior Cameron Tyson led all scorers with 21 points. Josh Kollman and Jake Medjo both had 16 points.

The Cougars (8-2 KingCo, 13-3) will still need to battle for the league-leading spot, as a road game against Skyline (7-3, 10-4) looms on Jan. 24. Bothell still has to play Issaquah and Inglemoor, both of which have beaten the Cougars this season.

The Skyline game is set to tip off at 7:15 p.m.

Woodinville 61, Inglemoor 51

Turnovers cost the Vikings a big conference victory on Monday in Woodinville.

Inglemoor (5-5, 6-9) snapped a three-game winning streak, having beaten the three top teams in the conference standings, in succession.

Jaxon Peay led Inglemoor with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jalen Woodley had 12 points.

Next, Inglemoor is set to play Eastlake at 7:15 p.m. on Jan. 24 in Sammamish.

Cedarcrest 57, Cedar Park 51

Cameron Hammontree scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Red Wolves’ Cascade Conference win over the Eagles on Jan. 20 in Duvall.

Cedarcrest (6-3 Cascade, 11-6) moves two games clear of Cedar Park (4-5, 9-8) in the battle for the second seed to the Class 1A district tournament. Kings (8-0, 13-3) can clinch the top seed with another win.

The Eagles drop into a tie with South Whidbey (4-5, 7-10) for the final spot in the district tournament, and with three games remaining in the regular season, Cedar Park and South Whidbey are set to play on Jan. 27.

Junior George Reidy and senior Jack Flynn both scored 12 points to lead Cedar Park. Drew McLaurin had 11 points and Andrei Leonardi had 10.

Next, the Eagles are scheduled to play Archbishop Murphy at 6:45 p.m. on Jan. 24 in Bothell.