Vikes' 3-game win streak ends with Wolves | Boys basketball

POULSBO — The Vikings’ winning streak came to an end Jan. 7 with a loss to the Sequim Wolves.

The loss was the first in four games, after the Vikings upped their overall record to 6-3 — now 6-4 — over winter break.

The Vikings are 3-3 in conference play and sixth in the Olympic League.

As of the morning of Jan. 8, a three-way tie existed for third place in conference play. The Olympic Trojans, Kingston Buccaneers, and Port Angeles Roughriders were 4-2. The Trojans and Riders were both 6-4 overall; the Bucs were 4-6.

The Bremerton Knights were league leaders. The Knights were 5-0 (6-2).

The Wolves maintained second place with the win over the Vikings. The Wolves were 5-1 (6-2).

The Wolves returned from winter break with a 1-2 record in the Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic in Seattle. The Wolves lost 88-53 to Franklin Pierce and 67-40 to Union. They finished the tournament with a 75-53 win over Australia Npire.

The Vikings had a three-game win streak, defeating Port Townsend 77-40 on Dec. 20, Decatur 48-37 on Jan. 3, and Evergreen 82-62 on Jan. 6.

The Vikings travel to Kingston Jan. 10, 6:15 p.m. in the Kingston High School Gymnasium.


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