Prep boys basketball: Mariner 62, Marysville Getchell 54

MARYSVILLE — Bayek Tutlam scored 22 points and Cody Chrisman added 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Mariner to a win over Marysville Getchell in a nonleague game. Nathen Grimm led the Chargers offense with 14 points in the loss.

At Marysville Getchell H.S.


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Mariner—Bayek Tutlam 22, Kiante Ahmad-Woods 8, Amrit Singh 2, Cody Chrisman 20, Ali Al-Azadi 5, Andre Haghgoo 0, Puma Purewal 5, Deyon Robertson 0, Greg Whitaker 0. Marysville Getchell—Zander Seymer 2, Kaleb Seymer 9, Nathen Grimm 14, Omar Sakin-Romulus 8, Elijah Jordan 13, Jordan Hurtado 0, Cody Probst, Dylan Diedrich 0, Austin Miller 0, John McClinton 8, Kody Phaysiph 0. 3-point goals—Tutlam 4, Purewal 1, K. Seymer 1, Grimm 2, Sakin-Romulus 1, Jordan 2. Records—Mariner 6-4 overall. Marysville Getchell 4-7.

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