Prep boys basketball: Monroe 45, Mount Vernon 38

MONROE — Tyler Sharp, who scored a team-high 13 points for Monroe, made four free throws in the final 1:10 of the game to seal the first victory of the season for the Bearcats. Casey Leek led Mount Vernon with 20 points.

At Monroe H.S.

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Mount Vernon—Robert Monroe 0, Carson Lindell 0, Melvin Walser 6, Erik Eliason 0, Justin Morrison 0, Chris Bell 0, Miles Witt 6, Tristan Brock 6, Casey Leek 20. Monroe—Alex Johnson 0, Hunter Bingham 7, Tyler Sharp 13, Andrew Chartrand 8, Rhen Shore 9, Tristan Witham 0, Alexander Spahman 0, Devin Sepich 0, Riley Schelfhout 8. 3-point goals—Witt 2, Sharp, Shore, Bingham. Records—Mount Vernon 1-1 league, 1-3 overall. Monroe 1-4, 1-1.

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