Prep boys basketball: Monroe 57, Lake Stevens 55

MONROE — Brandon Gundersen scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had four steals off the bench as Monroe outscored Lake Stevens 41-29 in the second half to pick up its first conference win of the season. Tyler Sharp also came off the bench to score six of his nine points in the final quarter to help the Bearcats complete the comeback. The Vikings, who were without leading scorer Dakota Tomson, were led by Devin Stoen’s 12 points.

At Monroe H.S.

Lake Stevens1791514—55

Monroe792120—57

Lake Stevens—Frazer Carpenter 4, Devin Stoen 12, Jared Rahn 5, Joe Hendrickson 7, Ryan Lian 10, Moussa Sanoh 10, CJ Lat 4, Brice Dodge 2, Tory Rothgeb 1. Monroe—Hunter Bingham 10, Nicota Stevenson 10, Tyler Sharp 9, Alex Spahman 3, Riley Schelfhout 15, Brandon Gundersen 15. 3-point goals—Bingham 1, Gundersen 1, Stoen 1, Hendrickson 1, Lian 2. Records—Lake Stevens 1-3 league, 2-5 overall. Monroe 1-2, 2-4.

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