By CONNOR WALDRON
WS sports writer
DAYTON – The West Side boys basketball team played two games this week. Both were home, but unlike the identical playing area the results were not similar.
The first was on Jan. 23. The game was against the Marsh Valley Eagles and the Pirates came out with a non-conference win 60–52.
“It was important for us to get a win on our home court,” coach Tyler Brown stated. Tate Fuller was a big player for the Pirates, scoring 21 points, with three, three pointers. Dylan Turnbow scored 11 points. The Pirates committed too many turnovers to be comfortable, but they stayed ahead.
The second game was against the Firth Cougars and West Side got pummeled 68-43. The Pirates defeated the Cougars earlier this year. West Side only scored 13 points in the first half and had a hard time scoring for most of the game.
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