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Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 8:00:00 (343 reads) News by the same author

The Milan Wildcats are even with their Tri-Rivers Conference records, with both the girl's and boy's basketball teams at 1-1, following losses at Scotland County High School on Friday night, heard LIVE on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

The Milan girls lost to the Lady Tigers by a score of 56-47, with Jessica Morrow scoring 16 points and Bethany Rader 14 for Scotland County. Hannah Sanders led Milan with 21 points.

The Scotland County boys beat the Milan Wildcats for the second time this season, this time by a final of 72-53. Lucas Howard scored 40 points for the Tigers (including a perfect 10 of 10 from the free throw line), while Bailey Johnston added 10 points. For the Wildcats, Raul Palacios had 17 points, Holden Stallbaumer 13, and Tristan Fowler 13.

Milan will play AT Knox County on Tuesday night, December 11th, with coverage on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com of both the 6:00 girls game and 7:30 boys game.

Other finals from FRIDAY night were:

GIRLS:
Jefferson 54, Albany 41
King City 46, South Nodaway 19
Meadville 45, Hardin-Central 33
Marceline 68, South Shelby 52 (Consolation Final at Monroe City Tournament)
Atlanta 58, Linn County 41
Green City 57, Brashear 39
North Shelby 46, Putnam County 33
Schuyler County 69, Knox County 47

BOYS:
King City 61, South Holt 36
Albany 47, Jefferson 40
NE Nodaway 34, Stanberry 24
West Nodaway 55, Worth County 45
Meadville 69, Hardin-Central 50
LaPlata 65, Macon County/Bucklin 55
Linn County 57, Atlanta 42
Green City 59, Brashear 34
Putnam County 83, North Shelby 53
Knox County 65, Schuyler County 38

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