Prep boys basketball: Kamiak 61, Mariner 28

MUKILTEO —Kamiak forced 20 turnovers and held Mariner to just 10 first half points to earn a Wesco 4A South win against their cross-town rival. Tyler Nielsen scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Knights.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Mariner—Erwin Dzeko 3, Kevin Villalobos 3, Ryan Mendoza 8, Gregory Whitaker 2, Anthany Smith 2, Andre Haghgoo 8, Tim Angelos 0, DeRhaun Mallett 2. Kamiak—Jase Wiley 0, Tyler Nielsen 23, Chance Lord 2, Aman Hussein 13, Faris Anas 5, Jonathan Lee 3, Hendi Rizki 0, Nate Schubert 0, Coleman Grayson 1, Drew Blacksmith 8, Gavin Patrick 4, Henderson Belk 2, Antonio Guyton 0, Luke Murnan 0. 3-point goals—Dzeko, Villalobos, Mendoza, Haghgoo, Nielsen 4, Hussein 3, Anas, Lee. Records—Mariner 1-11 league, 2-15 overall. Kamiak 7-5, 9-8.

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