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December 4, 2004

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— The Seabury Academy boys basketball team defeated Williamsburg for the first time in program history, 47-42, Friday in the second round of the Burlingame Tournament.

"They traditionally have a very strong 1A team with a great coach," Seabury coach Marcus Heckman said. "It's a good moment for us."

The Seahawks quickly rid themselves of a season-opening loss to Kansas School for the Deaf on Thursday, behind 14 points from Grayson Dillon. Three other players -- Scott King, Paul Bireta and Gary Gardner -- scored at least eight.

Seabury (1-1) will finish up play in the tournament with a game against host Burlingame at 10:30 a.m.

Williamsburg 35, Seabury girls 24

Burlingame -- After hanging tough for the first half, the Seabury girls basketball team tired in the second half. Laura Frizell led the Seahawks with 19 points. Seabury (1-1) will play at 9 a.m. today against Burlingame.



Seabury 47, Williamsburg 42
Seabury 8 12 11 16 -- 47
Williamsburg 11 11 8 12 -- 42
Seabury: Scott King 9, Paul Bireta 8, Steven King 2, Matt Parker 4, Gary Gardner 8, Bill Butler 2, Grayson Dillon 14.Williamsburg 35, Seabury 24
Seabury 3 10 4 7 -- 24
Williamsburg 4 10 15 6 -- 35
Seabury: Lane Frizell 2, Laura Hoffmann 3, Laura Frizell 19.

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