Dyllan Borer/Staff Writer
The Kings (3-3) swept Sitka (0-3) at home, 71-39 on Friday and 60-44 on Saturday night.
The Kings had a one point lead after the first quarter on Friday night. Kings outscored the Woleves by 13 in the second quarter to take control.
Senior Captain Tyler Slick said half time was relieving because the score was close in the beginning.
“It was laid back knowing that was the score we wanted to see going into the game after the first quarter being so close,” said Slick.
Some of the younger players saw some of their first varsity minutes in the fourth quarter.
“It was a fun feeling in the fourth quarter putting in our younger players,” said Slick. “Seeing them get some real varsity minutes was nice.”
Slick said their defense is what kept them in the game in the first half when they weren’t making any shots.
“The ball just wasn’t falling in the first half but in the second half things started to finally go in for us,” said Slick.