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By Ben Muir 

PHS boys hoop team 'searching for offensive identity'


January 18, 2018

Photo courtesy of Dino Brock

The Petersburg High School girls and boys basketball teams in Unalaska last weekend. Back row, left to right: Ethan Kludt-Painter, Stone Morgan, Rylan Wallace, Louden Sandhofer, Alex Worhatch, Thomas Durkin, Rikki Lewis, Meghyn Parker, Nina McCay, Holli Davis, Madisyn Parker, Katie Brock, Kianna Kivisto. Front row, left to right: Dale Strong, Mark Neidiffer, Courtney Fredricksen

Petersburg boys basketball took a team of eight to Unalaska this weekend where it struggled to shoot the ball, losing two games and dropping to a 1-5 record.

The Vikings lost to Unalaska on Friday, 48-27, and Saturday 64-38.

"That's a quality team we played," said Rick Brock, the Viking head coach. "Has to be one of the best teams in the state for what I've seen."

With Petersburg shooting woes against Unalaska -- a team that's big, fast and can shoot, Brock said -- he was happy to see his team maintain its effort on the road.

"Especially if you're struggling shooting the basketball, to...

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