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Coconino Victory

Coconino fans rush the court Friday evening after their team beat Flagstaff at Flagstaff High School.

Ben Shanahan, Arizona Daily Sun

After a pair of games decided by just three points this season, the No. 11 Coconino Panthers and No. 22 Flagstaff Eagles drew one another in the 4A Conference play-in game set for Friday at 6:30 p.m.

The game comes just a week after Coconino ended an 11-game losing streak to Flagstaff on a last-second, 3-pointer by Harding Eddie in the Eagles' gym. Friday's game will move back across town to Coconino, with the 16-3 Panthers the higher seed.

The 10-9 Eagles' loss to Washington Tuesday night dropped them down the rankings to set up the deciding third meeting between the schools.

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Sports Reporter

Cody Bashore serves as the beat writer for Northern Arizona University basketball and football in addition to covering high school sports around Flagstaff for the Arizona Daily Sun.

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