WATERVILLE — Waterville/Mansfield hosted Lake Roosevelt at the Shocker Dome on Jan. 6. The Shocker junior varsity boys came up short in their game, losing to the Raiders 51-38. In girls varsity action, Lake Roosevelt got the best of Waterville/Mansfield winning 35-26. The Shockers played hard and fast but their shots just did not go in. Their shooting percentage was one of their lowest of the season. At the end of the first quarter the teams were tied 9-9. At halftime the Shockers led 18-16.
WATERVILLE — The Waterville/Mansfield varsity teams came away with hearty wins in non-conference basketball action against the Republic Tigers on Dec. 18. The Shocker boys throttled the Tigers 56-9. Waterville/Mansfield has seven seniors, four juniors, and one sophomore. The Tigers, on the other end of the scale, have a start-up type of team with two seniors, two juniors, two sophomores and six eighth-graders.
Waterville/Mansfield’s basketball teams hit the road Dec. 9 to take on the Manson Trojans. The varsity boys had a hard time scoring, losing to the Trojans 48-30. “We had troubles on the offensive end getting into rhythm,” said Shockers head coach Heath Jordan. “It was 20-16 with Manson in the lead with three minutes left in the second quarter. We missed our shots and Manson was able to take an 11-point lead. We only finished 7 of 18 free throws. Defense was good.
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