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BY MICHAEL BOYD JR.
HERALD SPORTS EDITOR
POTOSI — Devin Flye and Alex Basler combined for 26 points, but Ste. Genevieve did not muster much on offense in a 68-35 conference road loss on the host
Trojans’ winter homecoming at PHS on Friday.
The boys’ basketball game was only one of a few sports contests to get in for the Mineral Area Activities Association as the weather and the 0-degree temperatures finally warmed up on Thursday and Friday, only to drop again to sub-zero over the past weekend.
The Dragons (6-9, 1-1 MAAA) trailed 25-9 after one quarter and never recovered. They also trailed 37-16 at intermission.
Flye finished with a team-high 15 points, while Basler added 11 more.
Potosi (12-3, 2-0) stays in the hunt for the MAAA’s large-schools divisional title
Carter Whitley and Gabe Brawley both led with 22 points apiece.
The two teams have become quite the rivalry in several sports over the years, especially in boys’ basketball, with numerous meetings during the regular season over the past two seasons.
The Dragons have won most of the regular-season contests, only to be eliminated by the Trojans in the district tournament in 2022 and 2023.