Prep boys basketball: Grace Academy 42, Granite Falls (JV) 40

MARYSVILLE — Grace Academy held Granite Falls’ JV squad to eight in the first quarter, then held on to win a close nonleague game. Matthew Tuttle was fouled late and went out with a sprained ankle. Rami Moussi came in for Tuttle and hit a couple key free throws for the win.

At Grace Academy

Granite Falls (JV)711814—40

Grace Academy1341312—42

Granite Falls (JV)—Bradley Hills 0, Taylor Fahrenkrug 4, Nick Osborn 0, Ryan Elvrom 0, Alex O’Neill 6, Kai Orthmeyer 4, Ben Nelson 0, Steven Hyvari 19 Ezra Chavez 7, Greg Barnett 0. Grace Academy—Rami Moussi 5, James Eneix 2, Drew Ridewood 0, Jeremiah Lee 16, Matthew Tuttle 5, Isaiah VanDam 12, Nolan Smith 0, Josh Lee 2. 3-point goals—Moussi 1. Records—Granite Falls (JV) not reported. Grace Academy 1-0 overall.

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