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Balanced scoring the tale as Knights clip Hawks

Balanced scoring the tale as Knights clip Hawks

Pasco, WA- Coach Jeremy Harden took his team into the Hawks Nest in Pasco to take on Columbia Basin Wednesday, and the starting five looked a little different.  The result however, much of the same as has been seen this season, as the Knights took care of business and pushed their record to 19-4 on the year with a 91-79 victory.

Malik Parsons came off the bench to score a game-high 28 points, with a sparkling 10-of-10 from the line.  Parsons has struggled from the line of late, but his ability to penetrate and draw contact was key to this game and his execution at the line was stellar.

The Knights had four others in double figures as well.  Chance Michels and Abdul Abdullah each had 15, while Austin Hatch and Isaac Jones scored 12 and 10, respectively.

WVC heads to Blue Mountain on Saturday before returning home to take on East-leading North Idaho next Wednesday at Smith Gym.