Prep boys basketball: Mount Vernon 64, Everett 49

MOUNT VERNON — Andrew Roozen scored 24 points to pace Mount Vernon to a win over Everett in a nonleague game. Jace Chacon led the Seagulls with 11 points in the loss.

At Mount Vernon H.S.


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Everett—Steven Tran 0, Reece Hoiby 5, David Popach 11, Nolan Rogge 6, Lucas Arnestad 0, Will Richardson 9, Cal Knapp 1, Sam Tollefson 4, Jace Chacon 11, Noah Juarez 2. Mount Vernon—Robert Monroe 2, Melvin Walser 9, Ian Johnson 1, Miles Witt 4, Adrian Johnston 0, Kevin Hofstad 14, Seth Jensen 4, Andrew Roozen 24, Mitchell Wohlman 0, Evan Repplier 0, Casey Leek 6. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Everett 3-7 overall. Mount Vernon 5-3.

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