Prep boys basketball: Shorecrest 68, Marysville Pilchuck 49

SHORELINE — Shorecrest’s Masamba Njadoe had 15 points and nine rebounds to help the Scots earn their first Wesco 3A league victory of the season. The Tomahawks’ Josh Bevan mae four 3-pointers and finished with 15 points.

At Shorecrest H.S.

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Marysville Pilchuck—Bryce Juneau 11, Bryce Vitcovich 2, Nate Heckendorf 0, Josh Bevan 15, Michael Painter 14, Cole Grinde 5, Dante Fields 2, TJ Rice 0, Kaleb Keeton 0. Shorecrest—Conin Oishi 7, Drew Magaoay 6, Connor Hyppa 10, Daniel Ghebremichael 7, Benny Ortega 14, Zach Lawson 2, Tobyn Lawson 1, Alex Hofstrand 4, Aaron Kelly 2, Masamba Njadoe 15, Davis Strand 0. 3-point goals—Bevan 4, Painter, Grinde, Oishi, Hyppa 2, Ghebremichael, Ortega 4. Records—Marysville Pilchuck 2-4 league, 5-7 overall. Shorecrest 1-5, 7-6.

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