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Published: Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 10:44 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Mariner 51, Everett 48

EVERETT -- Bayek Tutlam had a double-double for Mariner with 22 points, including four 3-pointers, and 11 rebounds in the nonleague win.
The Marauders outscored Everett 21-12 in the first quarter and held on in the fourth for their second win after going 0-20 a year ago.
Mariner head coach Tom Jensen chalks up his team's newfound winning ways to preparation and execution. The team has seven seniors and is returning a lot of experience, said Jensen.
Defense decided the end of this game, with Mariner holding a six-point lead with 12 seconds to go. The Marauders fouled an Everett 3-point shooter who then made all three shots. Everett then fouled on a one-and-one with three seconds left and Mariner missed the front end, but the Marauders were able to deflect a half-court pass with a second left for the win.
At Mariner H.S.
Everett 12 8 8 20 -- 48
Mariner 21 8 8 14 -- 51
Everett--Steven Tran 1, Reece Holb 9, David Popach 5, Nolan Rogge 9, Lucas Arnestad 2, Will Richardson 1, Cal Knapp 2, Sam Tollefson 7, Jace Chacon 12. Mariner--Bayek Tutlam 22, Cody Chrisman 4, Ali Al-Azadi 4, Andre Haghgoo 5, CJ Garrison 2, Puma Purewal 6, Greg Whitaker 2, Colton Richardson 6. 3-point goals--Tutlam 4, Haghgoo 1, Purewal 2, Holb 1, Popach 1, Rogge 1. Records--Everett 0-1 overall. Mariner 2-0.

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