North Hollywood players can find both encouraging and disappointing signs in their 56-47 victory over Marshall in the first round. The play of guard Danny Klein (game-high 22 points, 6 assists) and center Dana Jones (20 points, 8 rebounds, 6 blocked shots) was comforting. But the play of All-City forward Dominic Nappi (4 points), forward Rashe Dorsey (3) and swingman Alan Breslauer (2), who is slowly recovering from a sprained ankle, was disconcerting. "We won by nine, but when I got home, it felt like we lost," Klein said. North Hollywood outscored Marshall, 19-6, in the fourth quarter when Jones scored four points and Klein, who was playing with four fouls, scored nine. "We weren't getting much offense at the end so I thought I had to start initiating something," Klein said. "I had to take it into my own hands and it worked." North Hollywood, which tied Grant for the East Valley League championship, has won 7 consecutive games and 11 of its past 12. Los Angeles, which finished second in the Pac-6 League, beat South Gate, 62-51, in the first round Friday.