Mariner’s Hannah Hezekiah (left) attempts a shot as Jackson’s Lauren Schillberg defends during a Wesco 4A matchup Wednesday in Everett. Hezekiah scored 17 points as the Marauders won 52-41. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Mariner’s Hannah Hezekiah (left) attempts a shot as Jackson’s Lauren Schillberg defends during a Wesco 4A matchup Wednesday in Everett. Hezekiah scored 17 points as the Marauders won 52-41. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Mariner girls basketball locks down Jackson in 52-41 win

The Marauders got 24 points from freshman Taliyah Clark and 17 from Hannah Hezekiah in the win.

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