Marysville Pilchuck’s RaeQuan Battle prepares to go up for a shot as Arlington’s Will Abram (rear) and Michael Tsoukalas defend during a Wesco 3A boys basketball game Wednesday in Marysville. The Tomahawks passed a big test in a 60-52 win over the Eagles, and Battle led a balanced scoring effort with 19 points. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Marysville Pilchuck’s RaeQuan Battle prepares to go up for a shot as Arlington’s Will Abram (rear) and Michael Tsoukalas defend during a Wesco 3A boys basketball game Wednesday in Marysville. The Tomahawks passed a big test in a 60-52 win over the Eagles, and Battle led a balanced scoring effort with 19 points. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Maryville Pilchuck passes Wesco 3A test against Arlington

RaeQuan Battle’s clutch baskets down the stretch help the Tomahawks hold off the Eagles 60-52.

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