Prep boys basketball: Monroe 83, Kamiak 73

MONROE — Monroe outscored Kamiak 27-15 in the fourth quarter with the help of 14 points from Nicota Stevenson and Riley Schelfhout paced the Bearcats with 20 in the Wesco 4A crossover win. Imaan Vicente led scoring with 26 for Kamiak.

At Monroe H.S.

Kamiak20241415—73

Monroe26141627—83

Kamiak—Josh Wisnubroto 7, Chance Lord 0, Tyler Nielsen 14, Aman Hussein 6, Imaan Vicente 26, Jonathan Lee 2, Drew Blacksmith 7, Brandon Wright 2, Henderson Belk 6, Simran Mand 3. Monroe—Hunter Bingham 10, Nicota Stevenson 19, Bronc Shuey 0, Jason Golden 3, Tyler Sharp 5, Rhen Shore 9, Tristan Witham 11, David Garrison 3, Riley Schelfhout 20, Brandon Gundersen 3. 3-point goals—Bingham 1, Stevenson 2, Golden 1, Shore 3, Wisnubroto 1, Nielsen 4, Hussein 2, Vicente 2, Mand 1. Records—Kamiak 6-4 league, 7-8 overall. Monroe 4-6, 6-10.

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