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The Indian Land High School boys gave it a game effort before dropping a tough 57-55 road loss to Class AAAA foe York on Tuesday night.
The Cougars bolted to a 20-8 first-period lead, but the Warriors kept battling and made it a game to the end.
"I was proud of our effort," Indian Land High second-year coach Nate Smith said. "We battled and didn't quit."
Indian Land, with a 15-10 second-period run, sliced the Cougars' lead to 30-23 at the break. The third period was tight, with York holding a 47-41 edge heading into the final eight minutes.
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