Loggers fall at Divisionals

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Libby guard Gabe Peck drives to the lane in the Class-B Divisional game against Florence-Carlton Friday at the Ronan Events Center. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

The Loggers’ season came to a close at the Divisional Tournament on Friday.

Against Anaconda, the team fell short 53-66 on Thursday, afterwhich they played Florence on Friday.

The Loggers were edged again by the Falcons 59-41 after a slow second quarter, during which they only scored three points to Florence’s 13.

The Loggers finished off with an overall record of 10-10, reflecting the anticipation their fans have felt through the season.

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