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County boys teams play basketball games

County boys teams play basketball games

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Cass County boys basketball teams squared off on a pair of courts Friday night at Conestoga and Elmwood-Murdock.

Conestoga 60, Weeping Water 49

Conestoga used scoring outbursts in the middle two quarters to stop Weeping Water in the CHS gym. The Cougars went on a 23-13 run in the second stanza and delivered a 15-5 spree in the third period.

Weeping Water    16 13   5 15 – 49

Conestoga             12 23 15 10 – 60

Louisville 52, Elmwood-Murdock 20

Louisville took down the Knights with a consistent scoring attack. The Lions posted double figures in all four quarters to leave E-M’s gym with the victory.

Brayden Powell helped Louisville with 17 points. The senior drained five 3-pointers during the night. Eric Heard also reached double figures for the Lions with 12 points.

Nate Rust paced Elmwood-Murdock’s offense with six points. Reid Fletcher chipped in five points for the team.

Louisville                  13 16 12 11 – 52

Elmwood-Murdock     5   3   6   6 – 20

Louisville (52)

Ball 0, Ahl 7, Heard 12, Powell 17, Hrabik 6, Moxey 0, Luellen 2, Hillabrand 0, Savage 0, Leach 5, Biesterfeld 3.

Elmwood-Murdock (20)

Rust 6, Coleman 0, Arent 4, Jones 3, Fletcher 5, Wilson 0, Pope 0, Spellman 0, Mans 0, Mommens 2, Kopf 0, Rikli 0.

Conestoga (11-11) and Louisville (12-9) will be in the Subdistrict C1-3 Tournament at Ashland-Greenwood on Tuesday night. The Cougars and Lions will play in the semifinals at 7:30 p.m. The winner will play either Ashland-Greenwood or Boys Town in the subdistrict title game at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Weeping Water (6-15) and Elmwood-Murdock (2-15) will compete in the Subdistrict D1-1 Tournament on Tuesday night. Elmwood-Murdock will face Nebraska City Lourdes at 5 p.m. and Weeping Water will play Johnson-Brock at 7 p.m. Both games will take place at Nebraska City Lourdes. The subdistrict title game will tip off at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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