Prep boys basketball: Mariner 53, Lynnwood 37

LYNNWOOD — Bayek Tutlam had a double-double with 19 points and 16 rebounds along with three 3-pointers to lead Mariner to a win in its Wesco 4A South finale. Kiante Ahmad-Woods scored 18 for the Marauders. Bryce Landers paced Lynnwood with 16 points and three 3-pointers.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Mariner199817—53

Lynnwood54199—37

Mariner—Bayek Tutlam 19, Kiante Ahmad-Woods 18, Amrit Singh 0, Cody Chrisman 9, Ali Al-Azadi 4, CJ Garrison 0, Puma Purewal 0, Deyon Robertson 2, Greg Whitaker 0, DeRhaun Mallett 1, Lynnwood—Thomas Susnios 2, Mohammad Al-Zeir 2, Greyson Elwell 0, Soren Steelquist 1, Bryce Landers 16, Ryan McArthur 4, Nebay Tesfay 0, Colton Bradbury 2, Tyler McArthur 6, Cordell Smith 4, Yaakob Yoseph 0. 3-point goals—Tutlam 3, Landers 3. Records—Mariner 7-8 league, 11-9 overall. Lynnwood 1-14, 2-18.

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