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By David Pan 

Lack of intensity and execution sink Marauders | Boys basketball


Last updated 2/23/2022 at 1:12pm

David Pan

Mariner's Tijan Saine guards Jackson's Henry Armstrong during a 4A District 1/2 playoff game Saturday, Feb. 12, at Mariner High School.

The first few minutes of Mariner's 4A District 1/2 boys basketball playoff opener were a bad omen.

A scrappy Jackson team that lost twice during the regular season to the Marauders was outplaying Mariner on both ends of the court.

The Timberwolves seized an 11-2 lead with inspired defense and solid execution on offense.

The Marauders regrouped, but never were able to take the lead at any point in the game in a surprising 62-57 loss to the Wolfpack Saturday, Feb. 12, at Mariner High School.

No 2 seed Mariner (13-8) takes on No. 6 seed North Creek in a loser-out game Tuesday, Feb. 15, after T...

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