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Sports : Grundy R-5 Boys Win Season Opener, 58-35
Posted by Tom on 2013/11/29 10:31:51 (270 reads) News by the same author

The Grundy County boys basketball team opened the 2013-2014 season on Tuesday night with a 58-35 victory over the visiting Linn County Mustangs.

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Destin Gann led the Panthers attack with 25 points, with Mason Larson scoring 13, and Clayton Radcliff 10. Anthony McCollum led Linn County with 11.

The Linn County girls were able to escape Galt with a 45-40 win on Tuesday. Brittany Hubbard and Kristin Wilson both scored 11 points for the Lady Mustangs, while Kiley Littleton scored 15 points and Elizabeth Novak 12 for the Lady Panthers.

Here is the high school basketball scoreboard from Tuesday, 11/26/13:

GIRLS:
Novinger 33, LaPlata 28
Slater 54, Marceline 43
Schuyler County 48, South Shelby 47
North Harrison 36, Princeton 26 (Paige Phillips scored 14 points for Princeton)
Winston 45, Union Star 14
Notre Dame De Sion 47, Cameron 45
Lawson 47, Orrick 39
Chillicothe 54, Hamilton 43
Lathrop 65, Lexington 28
Plattsburg 49, Excelsior Springs 30
Gallatin 57, Pattonsburg 43
South Harrison 74, Jefferson 31
Maysville 58, Tarkio 38
NE Nodaway 63, Albany 36
Newtown-Harris 48, Tri-County 14

BOYS:
Princeton 61, North Harrison 35 (Brant Faulkner scored 22 points for Princeton)
East Harrison 73, Stewartsville 58
Novinger 67, LaPlata 61
South Shelby 64, Schuyler County 24
Winston 77, Union Star 52
Lexington 40, Lathrop 30
Lawson 61, Orrick 30
Gallatin 60, Pattonsburg 23
Jefferson 57, South Harrison 44
Albany 69, NE Nodaway 58
Tarkio 41, Maysville 35
Tri-County 67, Newtown-Harris 51

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