Vikings lose narrow game to Ketchikan
Kyle Clayton / Petersburg Pilot
Tristan Welton draws a double-team and sets up the assist.
The Petersburg Vikings lost in the 4th quarter to the Ketchikan Kings last Thursday.
The Vikings held the Kings to 27 points and the lead throughout most of the game.
"We started off playing probably some of our best half court defense that we've played all year," Head Coach Rick Brock said. "We were quick to the ball, not letting them get into the spaces they wanted to."
Michael Brock dropped seven points in the first quarter and the squad led the game 22-13 at the half.
"In the third quarter we had a hard time maintaining our intensity level on both ends," Brock said. "That allowed Ketchi...
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