CORVALLIS — The toll for having talent so young and inconsistent is generally steeper this time of year than what Sutherlin girls basketball coach Josh Grotting had to pay Wednesday night. For him, it was just the exhausted, crazed look on his face that had been steadily molded throughout the second-ranked Bulldogs’ OSAA 4A tournament quarterfinal game and was cemented on by the finish. But at least it wasn’t a loss. “And thank God for our freshmen,” Grotting said. Thanks to a career-best night from freshman Kayce Mock, Sutherlin (26-0) dodged a bullet in its 44-42 win against the Junction …
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