ELKTON — After losing his top two players from last year’s team that finished fourth in the OSAA Class 1A boys basketball tournament, Elkton coach Gary Trout was wondering what his 2012-13 squad could accomplish on the court. Quite a bit, as it turned out. The Elks repeated as Skyline League champions, won the league tournament, won a state playoff game and are in the state tournament for the third straight year. Elkton (19-7) opens play in the eight-team tourney at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday against Crane (22-6) in a quarterfinal game at Baker High School. “It has taken us a …
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