Tigers tied for second in WCC
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers move into a tie in the West Central Conference after adding two conference wins this past week.
The Tigers made a late run to beat Minnewaska 73-64 on Thursday, Feb. 6 for their ninth conference win of the season, and avenged an early season loss to Montevideo on Tuesday night. Those wins moved the 10-2 Tigers into a conference tie for second place with Montevideo. Sauk Centre still holds first in the conference with a 11-1 record.
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