Boys continue hard work

It was a tough night for the Mount Si Wildcat boys' basketball team last Wednesday night as they got back into the league schedule after the holidays with a game against the Issaquah Eagles. Mount Si kept things close for most of it, but turnovers and one clutch Eagle performance combined to down the Wildcats on their home floor.

Junior Robby Primrose scored a game-high 22 points, 17 of them in the second half, as the Eagles posted a 63-49 victory. "It was a little rough on both ends. I think both teams didn't maybe execute as well as they could've, but yeah, Robby, he's one of our go-to guys; in the second half he got it going a little bit [and] bailed us out," said veteran Eagles' coach Jeff Patrick as Issaquah maintained its position as one of the contenders for the league championship. "We couldn't stop him," said Mount Si coach Jeff D'Ambrosio.

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