Cats lose to Pirates, 47-44

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  • Danny Henjum hoists a shot against Polson.

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    Zach Pletcher (30) fights for the loose ball against Polson in the first half Saturday. (Chris Peterson photo)

  • Danny Henjum hoists a shot against Polson.

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    Zach Pletcher (30) fights for the loose ball against Polson in the first half Saturday. (Chris Peterson photo)

The Columbia Falls boys basketball team fell just short against Polson Saturday night at home, 47-44.

Down by as many as 13 in the second half, the Wildcats cut the margin to just three with eight seconds left against the Pirates, but a deep three by senior Drew Morgan missed the mark as time expired and the Pirates held on for the win.

The Cats had a rough night shooting, hitting just 33 percent from the field. Morgan led the squad with 16.

The Columbia Falls girls basketball team meanwhile trounced Polson on the road 81-25 and were up 39-9 at the end of the first quarter.

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