Hawks humble Wildcats / Boys basketball

Mountlake Terrace defeated the visiting Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team 81-32 Saturday, Feb. 1.

Oak Harbor finishes its season this week. The Wildcats (0-12, 1-17) entertain Arlington (6-5, 10-7) at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, and travel to Marysville Getchell (5-5, 9-7) at 7:15 p.m. Friday, Feb . 7.

Mountlake Terrace, behind 13 points from Robbie Raringer, raced to a 22-11 first-quarter lead and then buried Oak Harbor with a 26-point second period, 10 from Jeffrey Anyimah, to go into the locker room with a 48-18 advantage.

The Wildcats hit only one field goal in the second quarter.

The Hawks pushed their lead to 71-24 in the third quarter.

Will Rankin topped Oak Harbor with 13 points. Mason Myers had 7, Gage McLeod 4, Shane Warden 3, Brock Boyer 2, Garrett Levell 2 and Izayah Jannini 1.

Four Hawks (8-3, 13-4) scored in double figures, led by Muhammed Kinteh with 16.

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