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Petersburg boys battle hard but fall to Kayhi


Taylor Balkom / Ketchikan Daily News

Ketchikan's Ned Day shoots the ball under duress from Petersburg senior Colby Bell. Bell was one of the top scorers in Friday's game, but ended the game on the sidelines with a shoulder injury.

The boys basketball team played hard in their season opener away against Ketchikan last weekend, but ultimately fell in both games to the 4A team.

The Vikings are a young team this year with only three experienced players returning to the variety squad.

"We're very young. We really returned three played that had any significant minutes last year," Coach Rick Brock said. "Over half our team wasn't on varsity or even in high school last year."

That, in addition to Ketchikan's status as one of the regional 4A favorites, made the battle a tough one for the team.

"Going into I knew going to a ve...

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