Eastside Catholic shows its energy, runs out to early lead to beat O’Dea

Eastside Catholic point guard Nolan Hickman (2) drives as O’Dea players Paolo Banchero (5) and Jermaine Davis defend during the second half Monday.  (Jason Redmond / The Seattle Times)
Eastside Catholic point guard Nolan Hickman (2) drives as O'Dea players Paolo Banchero (5) and Jermaine Davis defend during the second half Monday. (Jason Redmond / The Seattle Times)

Junior guard Nolan Hickman tallied 15 of his 29 points in the third quarter as the Crusaders kept O’Dea at arms’ length to score a big 83-74 victory in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Eastside Catholic.

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