Shorewood boys drop basketball record to 5-1 with 73-70 home loss to Burlington Saturday

Monday, December 23, 2013

Thunderbird Taylor Freeman drives to the basket and puts up a soft jumper.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The Shorewood boys’ basketball team dropped its overall record to 5-1 Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, with a 73-70 home loss to Burlington-Edison of the Northwest Conference 2A division.

Shorewood stayed undefeated in Western Conference 3A play when the scheduled Friday, Dec. 20, home game with Mountlake Terrace was canceled due to snow and postponed to Monday, Jan. 6.

Shorewood guard, Taylor Freeman, passes the ball to Sam Boone
who is open under the basket.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The Thunderbirds' next play is in the Archbishop Murphy High School Christmas Tournament in Mill Creek Thursday through Saturday, Dec 26-28. Shorewood starts tournament play against Sammamish at 10:45am Thursday at Archbishop Murphy.

In Shorewood’s 73-70 loss to Burlington-Edison Saturday, the T-birds led 21-15 after the first quarter, 39-29 at halftime and 53-48 after three quarters before Burlington outscored them 25-17 in the final period. Sam Boone and Taylor Freeman each scored 20 points for Shorewood.

Shorewood’s Brandon Mar fights two Burlington players for the rebound.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The Shorewood junior varsity defeated Burlington 50-40, and the Shorewood “C” team won 68-42. Both take 4-3 records into Saturday, Dec. 28, home games with Edmonds-Woodway, with the “C” game at 1pm and the JV game at 3pm.

Anxhelos Pere draws three defenders and then
passes the ball outside to an open teammate.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore
Burlington-Edison 73, Shorewood 70

At Shorewood High School, Saturday, Dec. 21

Burlington-Edison -- 15 14 19 25 -- 73
Shorewood ----------- 21 18 14 17 -- 70 

Shorewood Scoring                       Points
Anxhelos Pere
Zane Hopen
Jordan Muir-Keung
Cameran Testerman
Sam Boone
Taylor Freeman
Brandon Mar
Karson Gronvold


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