Crusaders top Raiders, Wolves scuffle late in loss | Prep boys basketball roundup

Eastlake, Skyline and Issaquah were all dropped while Eastside Catholic got a 21 point over Nathan Hale.

Nathan Hale 47 Eastside Catholic 68

The Crusaders led by nine at the end of the first quarter and cruised to the 21 point win behind a game-high 25 points from Joey Schreiber.

Mandrell Worthy had 12 and Austin Soukup added 11 for Eastside Catholic.

Badhasa Margarsa had 19 and Gadisa Margarsa added 16 more to lead Nathan Hale.

Ballard 56 Skyline 47

Lucas Shannon paced the Spartans with 14, but it wasn’t enough to overcome double-digit scoring efforts from three Beavers and a 10 point deficit in the third quarter as Ballard downed Skyline 56-47.

Seth Berger had 14, John Verduin 12 and Jake Devine 11 as the Beavers pulled away with an 18-8 advantage in the third quarter and a 14 point margin over the second half.

Garfield 73 Issaquah 59

Tucker Haymond and TreVaunte Williams combined for 51 points and the Bulldogs scored no fewer than 19 in any of the first three quarters to down the Eagles 73-59.

Nick Price finished with 20 to lead Issaquah and Fletcher Martin added 15 more, but a 19-5 second quarter in favor of Garfield put the Eagles in a hole they could not dig out of.

Woodinville 41 Eastlake 38

Robbie Jackson led the way with 13 for the Falcons, which erased a 10 point deficit in the final quarter to earn a the 41-38 win.

Eastlake managed only nine points in the first half, but exploded for 24 in the third to move to a 10 point lead.

But the offensive woes returned in the fourth quarter as the Wolves were outscored 18-5.