Patriots swamp Carrier Mills in 2012 opener Monday night
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The gymnasium at Massac County High School was the site of the annual Meet the Patriots Night on Friday, with the boys basketball team giving a little preview of this year’s team. In the junior varsity contest, pictured above, Eli Rose is stripped of the ball by Konnor Smith, left, and Alex Bellamy, right, on his way to the hoop. — Metropolis Planet photo by Beth Shelton
The gymnasium at Massac County High School was the site of the annual Meet the Patriots Night on Friday, with the boys basketball team giving a little preview of this year’s team. In the junior varsity contest, pictured above, Eli Rose is stripped of the ball by Konnor Smith, left, and Alex Bellamy, right, on his way to the hoop. — Metropolis Planet photo by Beth Shelton
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With the loss of three potential starters, due to disciplinary action, Massac County basketball coach Joe Hosman knew this season was going to be tough, very tough, for a variety of reasons.

“It was the right thing to do, the only thing to do, (the dismissal of the three player) under these circumstances,” said Hosman.

But after a re-visiting of the chalkboard and some circling of the wagons, the 2012-13 basketball season got underway Monday night at Vienna in the Turkey Tournment.

Massac County got the tournament rolling with a 72-37 shellacking of the Carrier Mills Wildcats.

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