Peay leads Inglemoor boys past Eastlake; Bothell blown out at Skyline

Jaxon Peay

The Inglemoor High boys basketball team rolled to a 66-55 conference victory over Eastlake on Tuesday at Eastlake High School in Sammamish.

Senior Jaxon Peay led the Vikings with 21 points.

Inglemoor (6-5 KingCo, 7-9) has won four of the last five games and five of seven games in January, and is only a game behind Issaquah for the third seed in the upcoming conference tournament.

Next, Inglemoor is set to play Mount Si at 8 p.m. on Friday at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore.

Skyline 89, Bothell 68

The Cougars suffered their worst loss of the season on Tuesday in Sammamish.

Skyline’s Kellan Pryzbylski set a school record with nine made 3-pointers and a game-high 39 points in the win for the Spartains.

Skyline (8-3 KingCo, 11-4) tied Bothell for the top seed in the conference standings and handed Bothell (8-3, 13-4) its fourth loss in the last eight games.

The top two seeds get a bye in the first round of the KingCo tournament.

Next, Bothell has a home game against Woodinville at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 27.

Archbishop Murphy 64, Cedar Park Christian 50

Abe Lucas scored a game-high 30 points on Tuesday, leading Archbishop Murphy to a big conference win in Bothell.

Archbishop Murphy (7-2 Cascade, 11-4) held a slim lead after the first quarter put pushed the advantage to 11 points at halftime.

Cedar Park junior George Reidy scored 25 points in the loss for the Eagles (4-6, 9-9).

Next, Cedar Park is set to play South Widbey at 7 p.m. on Jan. 27. The winner will likely get Cascade Conference’s second seed to the Class 1A district tournament, and the loser the third seed.

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