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Vikings split four games back to back on the road

 

James Poulson / Sitka Daily Sentinel

Kayin McCay threads Edgecumbe defenders as he attacks the basket.

The Vikings split games on the road last week against the Mt. Edgecumbe Braves and Sitka Wolves.

Wednesday and Thursday's games pitted the Vikings against the Braves for the second time in a week. The opponents' familiarity with one another led to a defensive battle between the two teams. A low scoring first quarter by both teams was followed by a strong offensive run by the Vikings in the second quarter of Wednesday's match up.

"We were actually able to hold them to one point in the second quarter and scored 12 ourselves," Coach Rick Brock said. "We went in at half-time up 20-6."

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