Pawhuska High School’s boys basketball team lost to Woodland 59-51 Tuesday night, and will take a 1-2 record into the Agra Tournament which begins Thursday. The Huskies and Cougars battled back and forth throughout the game. Pawhuska trailed 31-26 at halftime. PHS coach Jake Christenson said the Huskies didn’t play good team basketball Tuesday night. “The offense did a poor job of sharing the ball,” he said. “We are still searching for our identity a little bit." Early in the season, Christenson said, there’s a learning curve. The players must learn how to work together, and the coaching staff must learn how to get the best from their players. “One night you are up, and the next night you’re down,” he said. “I’m ready for the ups and downs to be over. We need to get up and stay there." Tuesday night, Easton Kirk led the team with 13 points. Evan Frye added 13 and Braydon Wilson finished with nine points. The Agra Tournament is next for the Huskies. It starts Thursday and runs through Saturday. Pawhuska will host its tournament Dec. 11-16,