Prep boys basketball: Tulalip Heritage 80, Grace Academy 35

MARYSVILLE — After trailing by one point at the end of the first quarter, Tulalip Heritage outscored Grace Academy 55-13 over the next two periods to run away with the Northwest 1B victory. The Hawks had six players score in double figures, led by Ayrik Miranda’s 17 points. Isaiah VanDam scored nine points for the Eagles.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Tulalip Heritage1729259—80

Grace Academy18764—35

Tulalip Heritage—Brandon Jones 11, Dontae Jones 0, Payton Comenote 13, Robert Miles 10, Shawn Sanchey 11, Keanu Hamilton 11, Anthony McLean 3, Willy Enick 2, Mike Leslie 2, Alan Enick 0, Ayrik Miranda 17. Grace Academy—Gerrit VanBeek 2, Matthew Tuttle 8, Isaiah VanDam 9, Joshua Lee 8, Sam Campbell 1, Lin Li 0, Christopher Eldred 7. 3-point goals—B. Jones, Miranda 3, Comenote 2, Sanchey 2. Records—Tulalip Heritage 2-0 league, 6-0 overall. Grace Academy 1-2, 2-5.

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