PHOTO GALLERY — Wa-Hi boys defeat Eisenhower 58-48

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Wa-Hi's Seth Alden, far right, gets the steal on Ike's Tanner Urlacher (far left) and looks for the outlet man (center) for the fast break.

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The Blue Devils' Marshall Dunovant, right, puts up a Wa-Hi wall against Ike's Kolney Cassel.

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Ike's Andy Soto (back) gets nothing but air as he tries to stop Wa-Hi's Robert Ferenz (front) on his way to the hoop.

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Wa-Hi's Robert Ferenz shoots for two over the fallen defense of Ike's Cody Clayton in their Tuesday game.

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Robert Ferenz of Wa-Hi muscles his way through Ike's Abel Soto.

WALLA WALLA - Eisenhower opened the game on a 9-4 run and opened the second half on a 10-4 run here Tuesday in Columbia Basin Big Nine 4A boys basketball play.

The Blue Devils recovered from both sluggish starts and went on to down the Cadets, 58-48.

"It was a grinder," Blue Devil coach John Golden said. "It was frustrating because it wasn't a thing of beauty. But we got it done."

The win improves Wa-Hi to 6-5 in league, 9-10 overall.

Wa-Hi hosts Chiawana Saturday in the regular-season finale before hosting a playoff game a week from Friday.

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