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By Andi Bourne

Pioneers having fun, look to defend small schools' title


December 12, 2019

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Seventh grader Corbin Weltzien goes up for two of his 11 points in the game against Seeley Lake Nov. 25.

POTOMAC – With only two losses for the season, the Potomac Pioneers Boys basketball A Team is looking forward to defending their Copper League Small Schools Championship title at this week's tournament. While their new coach Gary Flomer is happy with their success, his whole goal this year has been to have fun.

There were 11 boys that played this year for Potomac: three, eighth graders; three, seventh graders; four, sixth graders and one, fifth grader. Flomer was the head coach with Jake Nissen as the assistant coach.

This was Flomer's first year coaching in Potomac. He coached his son,...

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