Pirates heading into state action as No. 29 team

SUN photo/Terri House
Pagosa’s Keaton Laverty puts up a shot against a Centauri defender Saturday at the district tournament in Bayfield. The Pirates defeated the Falcons 62-41 with the help of eight points from Laverty to take third at districts and earn the No. 29 seed in the state playoffs.

After earning the 29th seed for the 3A state playoffs, the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate basketball team is headed to the Front Range for first-round action.

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