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Seattle Prep edges Timberline to reach fourth-place game | 3A Boys

Sophomore Jack Stewart hit five three-pointers to help Prep set up a matchup with Mountlake Terrace on Saturday.

Seattle Times staff reporter

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TACOMA — Seattle Prep sophomore shooter Jack Stewart is no longer a secret. He's even getting a little of the treatment usually reserved for Prep's leading scorer, D.J. Fenner.

"Matter of fact, when we went to Shadle Park last week they face-guarded him," Prep coach Mike Kelly said after his team's 56-52 victory over Timberline. "They let D.J. catch, but they face-guarded Jack, so we joke about that with him."

Stewart hit five threes and scored 15 points against the Blazers in the Class 3A consolation game.

No. 10 Prep will play No. 6 Mountlake Terrace at 9:30 a.m. in the fourth-place game.

Fenner led Prep with 26 points while Donaven Dorsey led Timberline with 21.

Other game

Mountlake Terrace 59,

University 56

Mountlake Terrace guard Marquis Armstead rose to the moment and allowed his team to play another day.

Armstead completed a three-point play with five seconds left that carried the 10th-ranked Hawks to a win against No. 9 University in a Class 3A consolation game.

Brett Bailey, a San Diego signee, tied the game at 56 with a three-pointer with 28 seconds left. Bailey finished with 28 points, including 16 in the first half.

Armstead, a senior guard, answered with a big play of his own. He scored 12 points while Loren Lacasse led the Hawks with 18 points and nine rebounds.

Terrace will play No. 10 Seattle Prep at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday to determine fourth and sixth places.

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