By Paul Delaney

ML boys struggles to help build base

Coach says Summer work is step to improve on 1-19 record


Last updated 2/9/2023 at 8:12am

Medical Lake’s 2022-23 boys’ basketball season might be looked at as dismal considering their 1-19 record.

But following a pair of losses to Freeman 80-35 on Jan. 31 and 73-44 at Lakeside, Feb. 2, consider it, perhaps, a foundation for the future as many of life’s early struggles become.

“Our program had growth despite our record,” head coach Jordan Starr explained in an email. “We have a young team that will be coming back next year with experience and understanding of league play.”

Indeed, seven of the 10 players on the roster are either juniors or sophomores, and the potent...

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