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Published: Friday, November 30, 2012, 11:26 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Wenatchee 70, Monroe 52

WENATCHEE -- Senior guard Nicota Stevenson led Monroe with 18 points, four 3-pointers, six assists, three steals and three rebounds in a nonleague loss. Monroe did outscore Wenatchee 28-23 in the second half. Tristan Witham came off the bench for four steals, four rebounds and four points.
At Wenatchee H.S.
Monroe 13 11 9 19 -- 52
Wenatchee 22 25 12 11 -- 70
Monroe--Hunter Bingham 9, Nicota Stevenson 18, Bronc Shuey 0, Jason Golden 0, Tyler Sharp 3, Rhen Shore 6, Tristan Witham 4, David Garrison 2, Riley Schelfhout 6, Brandon Gundersen 4. Wenatchee--Kuntz 2, Hodkins 5, Greater 2, Sugg 24, Faulkner 2, Chandler 13, Allisen 7, Garcia 5, Blankenship 6, Clive 4. 3-point goals--Bingham 3, Stevenson 4, Shore 2, Schelfhout 1, Hodkins 1, Sugg 1, Garcia 1. Records--Monroe 0-1 overall. Wenatchee 2-0.

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