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  • Highlights from Kittitas/Thorp’s hoops victory over Tri-Cities Prep

    The Kittitas/Thorp Coyotes boys basketball team knocked off the Tri-Cities Prep Jaguars 68-60 on Friday in an EWAC contest in Pasco. Brock Ravet had 27 points to lead Kittitas, while Kobe Singleton had 23 points and Stefan Geist 21 for TCP.

Highlights from Kittitas/Thorp’s hoops victory over Tri-Cities Prep

The Kittitas/Thorp Coyotes boys basketball team knocked off the Tri-Cities Prep Jaguars 68-60 on Friday in an EWAC contest in Pasco. Brock Ravet had 27 points to lead Kittitas, while Kobe Singleton had 23 points and Stefan Geist 21 for TCP.
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