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By Dan Rudy 

Petersburg beats K-High in fast paced game


February 23, 2017

Ola Richards / Petersburg Pilot

After stealing the ball from Ketchikan's offense, Stewart Conn fights to break the tie during the closing seconds of Petersburg's close February 16 win.

The Vikings played a high octane, non-conference game against Ketchikan last week, pulling up a win in the final seconds.

"It went extremely well," Petersburg coach Rick Brock said afterward.

The 4A Kings came to town February 16, and from the start the two teams were evenly matched. By the end of the first quarter, Ketchikan was just ahead 16-15, a one-point lead it still held at the half.

"It took a little bit of time adjusting to their speed," said Brock. "K-High is extremely fast. They transition well from defense to offense."

Petersburg's players had a size advantage, however, and the...

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