Turks burst SWHS boys’ win streak

Sultan used a 20-point third quarter while holding South Whidbey to eight points to take a 52-32 lead before winning 67-50 Friday night.

  • Wednesday, January 21, 2015 6:00pm
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Sultan used a 20-point third quarter while holding South Whidbey to eight points to take a 52-32 lead before winning 67-50 Friday night.

As reported by The Daily Herald, a sister paper to The Record, the Turks were led by Tyler Morris with 25 points and Christ Walcott with 19.

South Whidbey senior Parker Collins scored a game-high 30 points, including four three-pointers. No other Falcons scored in double digits.

The Falcons (2-6 Cascade Conference, 5-9 overall) had won their previous two games for their first winning streak of the season. South Whidbey is still in position to make the 1A District 1 postseason tournament as the third-place 1A team in the league behind conference leader King’s and fourth-place Sultan. Cedar Park Christian is in last place without a conference win this season.


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