It was Senior Night for the North Marion Huskies, and senior Paige Tuttle came up big in her final regular-season game in front of the home crowd.

While Tuttle didn’t lead the team in scoring, her play on defense and ball-handling skills helped the Huskies break open a close game in the fourth quarter on Thursday to defeat rival East Fairmont, 68-57.

“I thought that Tuttle was a spark plug for them tonight,” East Fairmont head coach Bill Malone said. “She had a great ball game and helped them break it open late.”

The Bees and Huskies went back and fourth for three quarters.

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