Prep boys basketball: Mariner 53, Monroe 51

EVERETT — Bayek Tutlam got the Marauders off to a fast start with two 3-pointers in the first quarter and helped them late by hitting another 3 and two free-throws in the fourth as Mariner held off a hard-charging Monroe team to get a Wesco 4A crossover win. Tutlam paced Mariner with 16. Nicota Stevenson and Riley Schelfhout each scored 17 to pace Monroe, which scored 26 fourth-quarter points in the rally.

At Mariner H.S.

Monroe781026—51

Mariner16111115—53

Monroe—Hunter Bingham 0, Nicota Stevenson 17, Jason Golden 0, Tyler Sharp 0, Rhen Shore 2, Tristan Witham 0, David Garrison 4, Riley Schelfhout 17, Brandon Gundersen 11. Mariner—Bayek Tutlam 16, Kiante Ahmad-Woods 8, Cody Chrisman 9, Ali Al-Azadi 0, Andre Haghgoo 0, CJ Garrison 8, Puma Purewal 2, Deyon Robertson 4, Greg Whitaker 6, 3-point goals—Stevenson 2, Gundersen 1, Tutlam 3, Garrison 1. Records—Monroe 2-5 league, 4-9 overall. Mariner 4-4, 8-5.

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