Schilder goes down as Bellingham boys' basketball loses to Anacortes

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDDecember 5, 2013 

Anacortes' boys' basketball team topped Bellingham 91-60 on Thursday, Dec. 5, at Anacortes High School behind Ty Johnson's big game for the Seahawks. The Red Raiders also suffered a setback early in the game when they lost a key player.

"We came out with good intensity and played a good first quarter," Bellingham coach Brad McKay said in a phone interview. "Our starting center (Logan Schilder) went out in the first minute and might have a broken leg. We were unable to rebound after that and couldn't get stops on defense."

Johnson finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and six assists to lead Anacortes in each of those categories. He also made four 3-pointers and fouled out.

Bellingham's Tristan Hurley led the Red Raiders with 23 points and also fouled out.

McKay credited a balanced Anacortes attack with the win, adding that every shift Bellingham made defensively was countered by the Seahawks.

Bellingham's next game is at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Meridian.

ANACORTES 91, BELLINGHAM 60

Anacortes 18 28 21 24 - 91

Bellingham 16 11 19 14 - 60

Bellingham: Tristan Hurley 23, Amari Franklin 0, Eddie Haywood 0, Dante Check 6, Kyle Hofstetter 3, Turner Guy 9, Ryan Fox 3, Kieran Lewis 0, Kailen Hayes 12, Josh Grimm 0, Logan Schilder 0, Jacob Chamberlin 4. Team totals: FT 15-31 60.

Anacortes: Kaleb Wigen 16, Jake Richards 5, Ty Johnson 20, Tristen Hayes 3, Jordan Neville 14, Daniel McInerney 5, Andrew Medalia 12, Zach Vance xx, Peter Haynes 16, David Rodriguez 0. Team totals: FT 17-23 91.

3-ptg: Anacortes 8 (Johnson 4), Bellingham 1 (Hurley 1). Rebounds: Anacortes 48 (Johnson 10), Bellingham 34 (Guy 8). Assists: Anacortes 17 (Johnson 6), Bellingham 13 (Hofstetter 4). Fouls: Anacortes 27 (Fouled out: Johnson), Bellingham 21 (Fouled out: Hurley, Hayes). Turnovers: Anacortes 8, Bellingham 17.

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