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Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 7:21 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 48, Tulalip Heritage 39

TULALIP -- Rami Moussi scored 15 points and connected on three 3-pointers to help the Eagles to a Northwest 1B league win over Tulalip Heritage. Payton Comenote led the Hawks with nine points.
At Tulalip Heritage H.S.
Grace Academy 13 11 13 11 -- 48
Tulalip Heritage 7 8 10 14 -- 39
Grace Academy--Rami Moussi 15, James Eneix 6, Jeremiah Lee 13, Isaiah VanDam 10, Nolan Smith 0, Josh Lee 4. Tulalip Heritage--Dontae Jones 3, Brandon Jones 4, Kyle Jones 5, Robert Miles 6, Shawn Sanchey 5, Kenau Hamilton 7, Payton Comenote 9. 3-point goals--Moussi 3, Eneix 2, D. Jones, K. Jones, Sanchey, Comenote Records--Grace Academy 2-1 league, 4-2 overall. Tulalip Heritage 1-1, 4-2.

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