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Published: Thursday, December 20, 2012, 9:04 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Mariner 62, Lynnwood 54

EVERETT -- Lynnwood's Bryce Landers had a game-high 27 points, but it was not enough to overcome Mariner's balanced offence as the Marauders won the Wesco 4A South game. Kiante Ahmad-Woods scored 12 points, Bayek Tutlam had 11 and in his first varsity start, freshman CJ Garrison put up 10 points for Mariner.
At Mariner H.S.
Lynnwood 8 11 18 17 -- 54
Mariner 22 15 14 11 -- 62
Lynnwood--Thomas Susnios 0, Mohammad Al-Zeir 0, Greyson Elwell 0, Soren Steelquist 0, Bryce Landers 27, Ryan McArthur 12, Nebay Tesfay 2, Tyler McArthur 1, Cordell Smith 6, Yaakob Yoseph 6. Mariner--Bayek Tutlam 11, Kiante Ahmad-Woods 12, Cody Chrisman 4, CJ Garrison 10 2-3 1st as freshman, Puma Purewal 9, Deyon Robertson 4, Greg Whitaker 4, Colton Richarson 8. 3-point goals--Landers 3, Yoseph 2, Tutlam, Garrison 2, Purewal. Records--Lynnwood 1-4 league, 2-7 overall. Mariner 2-3, 5-4.

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