Siren’s Nathan Kosloski scores 1,000th point

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Sporting 1-0-0-0 on their chests are some of Nathan Kosloski’s classmates, Gavyn Anton, Trevor Stanford, Mo Richter and Cordell Fischer.
SIREN - Nathan Kosloski scored the 1,000th point of his high school basketball career Monday evening, Jan. 27, on his home court.
Only nine other Siren players have achieved that status in the history of the school.
Coach Jon Ruud made the following comments during a special ceremony:
“Tonight I am excited to recognize a special milestone for an athlete. Nathan Kosloski, or better know as “Kos,” joins the ranks of those who have scored 1,000 points during their high school career as a Siren Dragon. Kos has always loved the game of basketball. From shooting in the yard and playing 3 on 3 with his cousins to organized basketball in middle school and the great northwest league to being a four-year varsity player in high school, he has been an offensive force slashing through the paint, pulling up for the 3, or getting the crowd on their feet with a flashy dunk. Thank you, Kos, for your contributions to your team throughout your basketball career. I would also like to thank your parents and family, Coach Ruud, Coach Oustigoff, Coach Johnson and Coach Thiex for pushing you to achieve this goal. At this time I am honored not only as your coach but also as your uncle to present this game ball signifying your accomplishment. We will have a cake following the game.”

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