By David Pan 

Offensive struggles hurt Knights in lopsided loss to Grizzlies | Boys basketball


Last updated 1/10/2018 at Noon

Kamiak’s shooting woes sank any chance of knocking off the defending league champions.

The Knights fell behind 21-9 in the first eight minutes of play and ended up making 28 percent of their attempts in a 72-35 loss to Glacier Peak in a Wesco 4A boys basketball game Friday, Jan. 5, at Glacier Peak High School.

The Grizzlies, atop the league standings with a 5-0 mark (9-1 overall) connected on 52 percent of their shots.

“They just outplayed us,” Kamiak coach Cory West said. “They played very well. They moved the ball well. All kudos to them. It was not so much us as them.”


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