A Ketchikan boys basketball team that had been averaging more than 80 points per game in its first three wins of the year, ran into a Philomath squad that put the clamps down, holding Kayhi to 22 first-half points and earning a convincing 68-51 victory in a difficult road environment.
“I think our guys played well, they stepped up to the challenge,” Philomath coach Blake Ecker said. “Ketchikan is a good team. That is a quality win for us. I mean they are going to have a good season this year, no doubt about it.”