COLUMBIA, ILL. • As tournament championship games go, the one to decide first place at the Columbia-Freeburg Holiday Tournament turned into a big nothing burger. But Reagan Snider and Alton Marquette got all the cheese and ketchup.The Explorers senior guard scored a game-high 19 points on Saturday as Alton Marquette beat Civic Memorial 53-27 to take home the first-place trophy and finish with a perfect 14-0 record for the 2017 portion of its schedule.
LADUE • Even an ugly game needs a hero.In fact, it’s usually that difference maker who tilts a competitive contest enough to render it, well, ugly.For Liberty High, the hero was senior Kale Catchings in a 59-38 romp over Lutheran North. He’s the reason the final game of the first night of the MICDS Holiday Invitational went from a four-point spread at intermission to a free-throw plagued yawner by the fourth quarter.
WASHINGTON, MO. • McCluer North doesn’t rattle easily for a team of mostly juniors and sophomores. The Stars watched a slim lead slip away in the second half, then yanked it right back and held on for a 59-52 boys basketball victory against Pacific in the championship game of the 65th Annual Borgia Turkey Tournament.A’Tavian Butler provided the calm in the center of the storm Friday night, recording 18 points and 11 rebounds as McCluer North improved to 3-0.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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