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Sports : Milan Wildcats Come Up Short In TRC Tests At Knox County
Posted by Tom on 2014/2/10 10:10:00 (96 reads) News by the same author

The Milan girls and boys basketball teams, in games played Friday night at Knox County High School in Edina, fell short against the Eagles, dropping Tri-Rivers Conference games on back-to-back nights.

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The Lady 'Cats struggled offensively throughout their game, losing 58-21. Lauren Dale led Knox County with 16 points while freshman Samantha DeRyke came off the bench to lead Milan with eight points.

The boys game was much closer, but a late first-half surge by Knox County proved to be too much for the Wildcats to overcome, with the Eagles holding a double-digit lead throughout the second half and winning 69-53. The Wildcats struggled to slow down Knox County's Ryan Strange, who sizzled the Edina nets to the tune of 36 points. Royce Poore added 19, as the Eagles improve to 11-9 overall, and 5-2 in conference play (tied with North Shelby for second place). Milan, now 5-13 on the season, and 2-5 (good for fifth place) in Tri-Rivers play, was led by 17 points from Wyatt Bohle, 14 from Holden Stallbaumer, and 10 points from Tristan Fowler.

Friday night's games were broadcast LIVE on KTTN FM 92.3 and over the worldwide web at kttn.com.

The Milan girls and boys will host the North Mercer Cardinals on Monday night, and travel to Newtown-Harris to play the Tigers on Tuesday night.

Here are other scores from across the region on Friday night, February 7th:

GIRLS:
Worth County 43, Princeton 33
South Harrison 74, Stanberry 44
Gallatin 51, King City 37
Maysville 56, Albany 26
Putnam County 51, Newtown-Harris 36
Marceline 61, Paris 45
Mercer 58, North Harrison 43
Brashear 44, Grundy R-5 41
Norborne 67, Tri-County 18
North Platte 48, Lathrop 29
Meadville 60, Novinger 36
Linn County 56, Bucklin/Macon County 51

BOYS:
Chillicothe 58, Benton 55
Bucklin/Macon County 56, Linn County 39
Stanberry 65, South Harrison 53
Albany 58, Maysville 46
Gallatin 51, King City 31
Princeton 70, Worth County 49
Marceline 47, Paris 32
Grundy R-5 64, Brashear 26
Braymer 63, Polo 33
Novinger 62, Meadville 55 (OT)

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