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Noah Kannegiesser and Tyler Reese combined for 55 points in Hancock's big road win over Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Friday, Jan. 13. The Owls jumped out to an eight points lead at the break and turned on the heat in the second half to win 83-49.
Hancock held a 10-point lead over Benson at halftime, then doubled it to down the Braves 68-48 on Friday, Jan. 13 in Hancock. With the win, the Owls improve to 5-3 overall.
The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers fell to 4-2 in the West Central Conference with a loss to a strong Sauk Centre team Friday, Jan. 13 in Morris. Sauk Centre improved to 5-0 in the conference and 11-1 overall with an 83-57 win over the Tigers, who fell to 7-4 overall.
The Tigers had eight participate in the Paynesville Invite on Friday, Jan. 13. Seven placed in the top six at their respective weight classes, including four in the top three. RELATED: Tigers 1-1 at Ortonville triangular , prep wrestling , Morris/C-A athletics
The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta gymnastics team participated in a seven-team Moorhead Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 14. There were three divisions, based on team scores from previous meets. RELATED: Morris/C-A falls to Benson , prep gymnastics , Morris/C-A athletics
The Morris Benson Area boys held Fairmont to two goals in two periods of play on Saturday, Jan. 14. The Cardinals turned on the steam in the third period to score three goals to defeat MBA 5-1.
Fairmont's Myah Lytle scored goals in the first and second periods to lead the Cardinals girls' hockey team to a win over Morris Benson Area on Saturday, Jan. 14 in Fairmont. Abbey Hoffman saved 34 of 36 shots faced for the Storm, who put 23 shots on goal.
The Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers got back on the winning side of things after losing four straight to close out 2016 and open up 2017. The Tigers’ first 2017 win came at Benson on Friday, Jan. 13, and the win turned into a streak with a win over Pelican Rapids on Saturday, Jan. 14 in Morris.
Mariah Ahrndt took first place in the all-around and guided Benson/KMS/Montevideo to a narrow victory over Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Thursday, Jan. 12 in Benson.
Slow and steady wins the race. At least that was the case for the Morris Area / Chokio-Alberta Tigers Thursday, Jan. 12 in West Central Conference girls basketball action against Melrose. The Tigers never led by more than four points in the first half, and held on to clinch a 59-51 victory over the Dutchmen.