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Published: Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 10:56 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon 49, Mariner 31

EVERETT -- Alyssa Evans scored 22 points as Mount Vernon beat Mariner for the Bulldogs' first Wesco victory of the season. Realene Nichols had 10 points for the Marauders.
At Mariner H.S.
Mount Vernon 18 12 17 2 -- 49
Mariner 6 6 4 15 -- 31
Mount Vernon--Alisyn Schmidt 15, Shanice Brown 0, Taylor Carpenter 0, Katie Keck 2, Allison Marken 8, Carly Patrick 0, Michaela Roozen 2, Alyssa Evans 22, Jenna Moores 0. Mariner--Diana Dinh 0, Brittany Lea 4, Kylie Aio 2, Bianca Bayas 0, Erna Dzeko 5, Naomi Eastland 4, Arnela Grebvic 6, Realene Nicolas 10, Lyndsi Kelly 0. 3-point goals--not reported. Records--Mount Vernon 1-7 league, 2-11 overall. Mariner 0-9, 0-14.

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