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March 22, 2008 at 1:14 PM

A look at local guys in the NCAAs after round 1

Let’s start with who’s still alive:

Terrence Williams, Louisville (Rainier Beach): 9 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists in a win against Boise State.

Mitch Johnson, Stanford (O’Dea): scoreless with 5 assists, 4 rebounds in a win against Cornell.

Curtis Terry, UNLV (Curtis): 6 points, 8 assists in a win against Kent State.

Rodrick Stewart, Kansas (Rainier Beach): 2 points, 2 rebounds in a win against Portland State.

Nathan Lozeau, San Diego (Marysville-Pilchuck): Freshman got one minute in the Torreros’ big upset of UConn and grabbed a rebound.

And here’s who didn’t make it out of round 1:

Steven Gray, Gonzaga (Bainbridge): Scored a team-high 21 points on seven 3-pointers, and as Steve Kelley pointed out today, had the unenviable task of guarding Davidson’s Stephen Curry. Teammate Micah Down (Juanita) grabbed a couple rebounds for the Zags.

Matt Nelson, Boise State (Skyline): Scored 17 points with seven rebounds in a loss to Louisville.

Garrison Carr, American (Issaquah): Played all 40 minutes of American’s first ever NCAA tourney game and led American with 26 points in a loss to Tennessee.

Alex Tiefenthaler, Portland State (Bethel): Scored 10 points in eight minutes in a loss to Kansas.

Conor Mullen, Cornell (O’Dea): Against former teammate Mitch Johnson, Mullen scored two points in five minutes in the loss to Stanford.

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