Prep boys basketball: Marysville Pilchuck 60, Ferndale 58

FERNDALE — Michael Painter scored 20 points and Marysville Pilchuck held off a late rally by Ferndale to win the 3A District 1 loser-out contest. The Tomahawks advance to play Mountlake Terrace in the third-place game on Thursday at 6 p.m. for the final regional berth.

At Ferndale H.S.

M. Pilchuck1813218—60

Ferndale7231018—58

Marysville Pilchuck—Bryce Jeanau 6, Bruce Vitovich 0, Josh Bevan 9, Michael Painter 20, Cole Grinde 10, Dante Fields 12, TJ Rice 3. Ferndale—Daniel Riley 8, Brady Shearer 6, John Weg 10, Carson Genger 1, Kier Munzanreder 0, Austin Honeycutt 22, Dante Kelly 10. 3-point goals—Bevan 2, Kelly, Honeycutt. Records—Marysville Pilchuck 9-13 overall. Ferndale 9-14.

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