EPHRATA — The Ellensburg boys basketball team outscored host Ephrata 17-13 in the fourth quarter en route to a 47-45 win Friday.
“It was tight the whole way,” Ephrata coach Brandon Evenson said. “The biggest lead was four points. Both teams played well defensively, but I wouldn’t say both teams played well offensively.”
Ephrata (11-4, 9-4 Central Washington Athletic Conference), ranked 10th in the latest Associated Press 2A state poll, shot 15-for-51 from the field.
Loyd Burleson and Dylan Benthem…