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Tomahawks fall to 3-1 overall

Senior guard Ricky Holm drives to the hoop against a couple of Kamiak defenders Tuesday, Dec. 5. Holm scored 11 points in the teams 51-47 non-league victory. -
Senior guard Ricky Holm drives to the hoop against a couple of Kamiak defenders Tuesday, Dec. 5. Holm scored 11 points in the teams 51-47 non-league victory.
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MARYSVILLE After starting their quest for the 4A state playoffs 3-0, the M-P boys basketball team dropped their Wesco North opener to Snohomish Friday, Dec. 8 on the road.
M-P lost 47-46 to fall to 0-1 in league play and 3-1 overall 48 hours after defeating the Kamiak Knights 51-47 at the Jim Linden Fieldhouse.
Second-year coach Bary Gould said his squad was definitely expecting a close battle against the Panthers and described the game as having a playoff like atmosphere.
It was a packed gym and a pretty cool environment, Gould said. Both teams played really hard and overall it was a really good high school basketball game. If you are going to lose a game, I guess its better to do it now than in the playoffs.
Senior guard Jared Stohl led all scorers with 25 points and 6-foot-10 inch center Nathan Lozeau had limited playing time due to early foul trouble.

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