by David Brox, firstname.lastname@example.org
I have had a rough few days from an emotional stand point. Violence in the city has hit close to home and it really makes you take pause. We have to stay in our kids ears about getting on a path of success and love.
I will start off with the cardiac Stallions who hosted Harmon last night. The Stallions trailed Harmon by 7 with just 54 second remaining and were able to get a 75-74 win. Tyon Grant-Foster posted 30 points and D’Monte Gaw added 12 in the win. This keeps Schlagle unbeaten in the league and squarely in control of their own destiny.
Tough run as Harmon drops their 3rd straight in the league. Priority now for the Hawks should shift to finishing strong. I think this team is capable of beating anyone so it is not impossible to see the Hawks make a substate run.
Piper has been playing some close games themselves of late. Piper jumped out to an 18-12 lead after the first quarter. Despite 3 second quarter 3’s from Bryce Yoder they trailed 35-34 at the half. The Pirates paraded to the free throw line in the third quarter and was able to maintain a lead 54-51. Both teams would score 10 points in the fourth quarter to get to the final of 64-61.
The Washington Wildcats trailed by 10 at Atchison but were able to come back and win 54-52. Demarco Smith led the comeback with 20 points for the Wildcats. Taj Helms with 17 for Atchison.
Basehor-Linwood 56-25 over Tonganoxie
Turner 65-31 over Bishop Ward
Basehor-Linwood defeated Tonganoxie 58-36
Bishop Ward 61-27 over Turner – The Ward girls are now 7-8 and while on the surface that doesn’t look great you must give credit to these ladies. Very nice work!
Piper 57-35 over Lansing