PLYMOUTH — Starting out short its point guard, and coming up short in field-goal shooting, free-throw shooting, rebounding, second-chance points and takeaways-giveaways, Jimtown somehow still fell by only five points to the home team in the Plymouth Holiday Tournament boys basketball championship.

“The 50-50 balls were huge,” Jimmie coach Matt Stoll said after his club’s 49-44 loss to the scrapping Pilgrims on Thursday night. “I just felt we were a little flat. I don’t know if it was the long break since our last game (Dec. 18), the two games in one day, the not having (senior point guard Braxton Rice), but some of the loose balls we normally get, we weren’t getting, but Plymouth was playing hard and they put it to us.”


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