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Published: Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 9:35 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Stanwood 83, Marysville Getchell 51

MARYSVILLE -- Stanwood outscored Marysville Getchell 23-3 in the second quarter to cruise to a Wesco 3A North win. The Spartans' Ian Zipp had a game-high 20 points. Omar Sakin-Romulus led the Chargers with 13.
At Marysville Getchell H.S.
Stanwood 16 23 21 23 -- 83
Marysville Getchell 15 3 15 18 -- 51
Stanwood--Mason Garcea 5, Josh Thayer 11, Cannen Roberson 8, Drew Stang 11, Ian Zipp 20, Brady Garcea 1, Kurtis Hushagen 5, Chad Larson 2, Karsten Chaplik 2, Brian O'Donnell 2, Ian Edlund 4, Drew Sears 12. Marysville Getchell--Zander Seymer 2, Kaleb Seymer 2, Nathen Grimm 12, Omar Sakin-Romulus 13, Elijah Jordan 12, Jordan Hurtado 0, Cody Probst 0, Dylan Diedrich 0, Austin Miller 4, Navdeep Manhas 0, John McClinton 1, Kody Phaysith 5. 3-point goals--Thayer, Zipp 3, Hushagen, Grimm 3, Sakin-Romulus 2, Jordan 3. Records--Stanwood 9-1 league, 12-5 overall. Marysville Getchell 4-6, 5-11.

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Story tags » Stanwood High SchoolHigh School BasketballMarysville Getchell High School

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