Panthers maul BHS boys 67-37 in b-ball beating

BAINBRIDGE – Fresh from a successful showing at the recent Bellevue College Holiday Classic Tournament, the Bainbridge High varsity boys basketball team returned home looking to notch their first league win of the year against Seattle Preparatory Tuesday, Jan. 2.

They were not successful.

The Spartans were bested 67-37 by the Panthers, knocking their overall season record to 4-7. Their league record remains lopsided: 0-6, earning them the bottom spot in the Metro League standings.

They will play again at home at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5 against Ballard.

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