Shooting a blistering 60 percent from the field, the Shorecrest High School boys basketball team won 77-27 in Oak Harbor Friday, Jan. 13.
The Scots hit 30 of 50 shots on the way to upping their season record to 13-1, 5-1 in the Western Conference.
Shorecrest stung Oak Harbor all over the court, draining 10 of 25 three-pointers and scoring 36 points in the paint.
The Scot forced 30 turnovers that led to 40 points.
Shorecrest, which lost last year’s 2A state championship game by one point, raced to a 17-9 first quarter lead and then lifted its advantage to 36-13 at halftime and 60-18 after three quarters.
Gabe Salinger scored 5 points for Oak Harbor; Ty Baker, JJ Mitchell and Haven Brown had 4 each; Justin Ellison and Joe Arinaza added 3 apiece; and Ozell Jackson and Kevin Schuldt tallied 2 apiece.
The Wildcats played without starting point guard Adam Nelson, who is out with an injury.
Philip Pepple scored 20 for the Scots; Malcolm Rosier-Butler had 19.
Oak Harbor (0-6, 2-11) plays Edmonds-Woodway (5-1, 11-3) at home at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17.