Spartan boys suffer Senior Night slump against EC | Photo gallery

The Eastside Catholic Crusaders lost just one game this year.

Unfortunately, it was the night before they played against Bainbridge.

The Metro Mountain Division leaders (14-1 in conference) bounced back from a loss against Rainier Beach on Jan. 31 when, after trekking to Bainbridge, they handily bested the island boys varsity basketball team 71-28 on Friday, Feb. 1, the last game of the regular season.

Losing left the Spartans with an overall season record of 7-13 (3-12 in conference) and in the bottom spot of the Metro Mountain standings.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was courtside, camera in hand, to capture the Senior Night shenanigans. His favorite shots are collected here.

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