Pirates come from behind, win against Wolverines

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SUN photo/Mike Pierce Keaton Smyth (2) attempts to put one up despite heavy opposition from one of the Wolverine defenders during the Pirates’ 57-54 victory over Bayfield last Saturday night. Smyth led the offense with 11 points, including three shots from outside the 3-point line and 100 percent, or two for two, from the free-throw line.
SUN photo/Mike Pierce
Keaton Smyth (2) attempts to put one up despite heavy opposition from one of the Wolverine defenders during the Pirates’ 57-54 victory over Bayfield last Saturday night. Smyth led the offense with 11 points, including three shots from outside the 3-point line and 100 percent, or two for two, from the free-throw line.

The Pagosa Springs Pirate boys won their first league game of the season and evened out their overall win-loss record at 7-7 last Saturday when they hosted the Bayfield Wolverines.

“The Bayfield game was a fun and exciting basketball game to watch,” coach Randy Sorenson wrote in an email to SUN staff.

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