DUNLAP — Payton Fish shot like the basket was a barrel, but the Concord forward needed a bit more help as the Minutemen dropped a 45-39 boys high school basketball loss to East Noble on Saturday night at McCuen Gym.

Concord (0-4) — playing for the first time in 22 days due to COVID-related schedule tweaking — unveiled a new offense, but suffered an old result, falling for the 24th time in 25 games since the start of last season.

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