The Trinity Wolves boys basketball team began its foray into Shasta Cascade League play last week, and were able to take down rival Fall River before coming up short in a close one at Mount Shasta.

In their first game of the new year the Wolves took on the Bulldogs at home Tuesday, Jan. 10, and it was a back-and-forth affair all the way down to the final minutes. Trinity senior scoring duo of Brian Thompson and Noah Fielding were able to do enough to keep pace with Fall River, while rest of the Pack stepped up and made enough defensive plays to keep the Bulldogs at bay. Players like seniors James Norman (eight points, six rebounds, one block) and Kyle Cox (nine points, four rebounds, six steals and one block) contributed enough depth scoring and clutch plays to give the Wolves possession when they needed it, while Fielding and Thompson cashed in on those opportunities to the tune of 19 and 13 points each. After four quarters had been played, Trinity retained a 68-63 lead to win the game, getting redemption after falling to the Bulldogs in the Block F Tournament championship game early last month.

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