Prep boys basketball: Arlington 61, Everett 48

EVERETT — Everett kept pace with Arlington, never trailing by more than five through three quarters, but couldn’t hold it together in the fourth dropping a nonleague game to the Eagles 61-48. A 20-point night with four 3-pointers from Bradey Brummel helped put Everett away.

The Seagulls went into the locker room down 27-22, and maintained that margin through the third. Arlington outscored Everett 20-12 in the fourth, however, making a close-fought game look a bit more lopsided. Jace Chacon paced Everett with 17 points.

At Everett H.S.

Arlington13141420—61

Everett12101412—48

Arlington—Kaleb Bryson 5, Terry Dawn 15, Gavin Smoke 2, Shawn Adams 0, Noah Jones 14, AJ Passalaqua 5, Bradey Brummel 20, Nate Lewis 0, Russell Smithson 0. Everett—Steven Tran 6, Reece Hoiby 6, David Popach 3, Nolan Rogge 2, Corey Lee 0, Lucas Arnestad 2, Will Richardson 8, Joe Sutton 0, Cal Knapp 0, Sam Tollefson 4, Jace Chacon 17, Sam Arends 0. 3-point goals—Tran 1, Popach 1, Richardson 1, Chacon 1, Bryson 1, Dawn 1, Passalaqua 1, Brummel 4. Records—Arlington 2-0 overall. Everett 0-2.

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