Tyson’s 28 lead Bothell past Woodinville; Mount Si beats Inglemoor

Cameron Tyson scored 28 points to lead the Bothell High boys basketball team to a big win over Woodinville, 72-55, on Friday at Bothell High School.

Tyson hit six 3-pointers in the game and was perfect from the free-throw line.

The Cougars (9-3 KingCo, 14-4) remain in a tie with Skyline for the conference lead with two games — Issaquah and Inglemoor — remaining in the regular season.

Bothell led Woodinville 20-19 after the first quarter thanks to a hot start from post Jake Medjo, who hit a pair of 3-pointers in the period. The Woodinville offense slowed in the second period, and the Cougars led 37-28 at the halftime break.

Medjo added 20 points on seven-of-nine shooting. Josh Kollman had 15 points.

Beresford had 16 points and Roth had 13 points in the loss for Woodinville (6-6, 9-8).

The final two opponents of the regular season account for two of the Cougars’ three conference losses. Issaquah beat Bothell on Jan. 3, and Inglemoor beat Bothell on Jan. 13. The next scheduled game comes in Issaquah, at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday evening.

Mount Si 54, Inglemoor 50.

The Vikings fell out of contention for a first-round conference tournament bye with a loss to the Wildcats on Friday in Kenmore.

Inglemoor (6-6, 7-10) has dropped two of the last three games following a three-game stretch of wins over Skyline, Bothell and Issaquah, and can now finish no higher than third in the conference standings.

A Newport loss to Skyline on Friday also meant the Vikings, regardless of the result against Mount Si, clinched a berth in the conference tournament.

Senior Jack Weyer scored 12 points in the loss for Inglemoor. Jaxon Peay added 11 points.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled to play Newport at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday in Kenmore.