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February 14, 2004Seattle, Wash. - 2005 PG Mitch Johnson and his O'Dea Irish handed the Rainier Beach Vikings their second loss of the season 48-42 Friday night in an exciting overtime thriller.
The loss was the first to an in-state rival, and only the second of the season for the talented Vikings. It also marked the first time in three years that the
Vikings failed to clinch the Metro League
Super smooth point Mitch Johnson paced O'Dea with 12 points including two clutch free throws late in overtime to seal the deal.
Terrence Williams, Arizona's latest recruit was held to just two points while Beach's seven-footer Chester Giles chipped in with 12.
Up next for both teams is the Sea-King District Playoffs that start next week.
Brockman Comes Up Huge in Panthers Win
6-8 junior post Jon Brockman helped lead his Snohomish Panthers to a 68-58 victory Friday night over the Lake Stevens Vikings.
Brockman came through for Panthers scoring 26 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Darrell Martin, a senior wing prospect was on fire from the outside nailing six-three pointers en route to 20 points.
Williams Leads Roosevelt
Versatile wing Marcus Williams scored 21 points Friday night as his Roosevelt Roughrider squad defeated the Juanita Rebels 57-41.
Williams is leading Washington state in scoring with 27 ppg. His strong play this season has opened the eyes of many elite programs around the country, including Arizona.
-Mike Apodaca, Staff Writer
Seattle Area Correspondent
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