|Vikings in a runaway|
|Written by Don Mann|
|Monday, 04 February 2013 14:04|
Inglemoor senior guard Chris Bryant — the smallest guy on the floor — was game-high with 22 points on 8-of-17 shooting including a trio of three-pointers as the Vikings whipped Woodinville 65-37 in the regular season finale at WHS on Friday.Up by 12 entering the fourth quarter, Inglemoor outscored Woodinville 27-9 in the final period, never taking its foot off the gas pedal.
Trey Miller and Chandler Edlin added 10 points apiece for the Vikings and William Luckett grabbed 13 rebounds.
Woodinville senior John Villasenor led the Falcons with 13 points.The win bumps Inglemoor to 6-8 in league play, 9-11 overall — good enough to grab second place in a thin Crest Division and earn a home game against Ballard (9-6, 14-7) as the double-elimination KingCo tournament begins Tuesday.
For its efforts, Woodinville (3-11, 4-14) gets the privilege of taking on top-ranked Garfield (15-0, 16-1) at their place. Second-ranked Bothell (13-1, 18-2) hosts Newport (8-7, 13-7) on Tuesday.