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Sports : Marceline Sweeps Milan In Tuesday Night Double-Dip
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/29 8:40:00 (126 reads) News by the same author

The Marceline Tigers rallied from single-digit halftime deficits to win both ends of a basketball doubleheader played Tuesday night at Milan.

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The Lady Tigers improved to 12-6 with a 58-46 win over the Lady 'Cats. Morgan McCormick scored 23 points and Elaine Ewigman 16 for Marceline. Milan, now 7-10 on the season, had 12 points from Kaylee Michael and 10 points from Emily Sylvester.

The Marceline boys won a low-scoring game against the Wildcats, 50-45. Daniel Corbin paced the Tigers with 14 points. Marceline is now 5-11 on the season. Milan had 23 points from Holden Stallbaumer and 11 points from Wyatt Bohle.

Tuesday night's games were broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com, with Tom Johnson handling the play-by-play call.

Here are other scores from Tuesday night:

GIRLS:
Macon 58, Brookfield 51
LaPlata 56, Novinger 49
Green City 47, Brashear 28
Knox County 56, North Shelby 37
Scotland County 60, Schuyler County 57 (OT)

BOYS:
Macon 63, Brookfield 30
Novinger 75, LaPlata 73 (OT)
Green City 77, Brashear 33
North Shelby 63, Knox County 59
Scotland County 75, Schuyler County 41

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