Miksovsky's big game key in Mariners' win


Evan Miksovsky notched a triple-double to lead Sehome's boys' basketball team to an 80-53 win over Mount Baker on Monday, Dec. 30, at Sehome High School. Miksovsky finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his team.

"We got up big in the first quarter and Evan's play was part of that," Sehome coach A.J. LaBree said in a phone interview. "He does a little bit of everything for you."

Sehome led Mount Baker 29-9 after the first quarter and was up by more than 20 points at halftime.

"At that point you either let the other team back in, or you win the third quarter and that slams the door," LaBree said he told his players. "The guys made some plays and slammed the door."

Altogether, five Sehome players scored in double digits. Langston Engle had 11 points, Tanner Clark had 18, Leif Anderson added 14 and Duncan James scored 10 to go with Miksovsky's big night.

Sehome's next game is at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 2, at home against Anacortes.


Mount Baker 9 14 14 16 - 53

Sehome 29 15 28 8 - 80

Mount Baker: Isaac Gilmore 0, Reuben Murashov 25, Cody Larson 0, Seth Bass 10, Colton Ranson 5, Conner Brandland 8, Josh Barbo 0, Andrew Zender 3, Bass 0, Balbanz 2. Team totals: n/a-n/a 15-23 53.

Sehome: Steven Thibou 0, Evan Miksovsky 12, Langston Engle 11, Marcus Montag 3, Elijah Andrushenko 0, Kenny Brown 0, Sam Carroll 5, Leif Anderson 14, Duncan James 10, Logan Deboo 3, Tanner Clark 18, Leighton Kingma 4. Team totals: n/a-n/a 11-24 80.

3-ptg: Mount Baker 6 (Murashov 4), Sehome 11 (Clark 4). Rebounds: Mount Baker 29 (n/a), Sehome 31 (Miksovsky 11). Assists: Mount Baker n/a (n/a), Sehome 18 (Miksovsky 11 Fouls: Mount Baker 20 (Fouled out: Gilmore), Sehome 19 (Fouled out: none). Turnovers: Mount Baker 19, Sehome 16.

Story corrected to include Dunan James among Sehome's players scoring in double digits.

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