Canistota trailed the entire game against the Panthers, who shot 51 percent from the field in the first half to spur a 33-25 halftime lead. "They were ready to play," Canistota coach Pat Jolley said. "I don't want to say we were flat because I want to give them credit. Because they deserve credit. I thought they had a much better start to the basketball game. "Behind Brayden PayPay's 28 points, Timber Lake kept the Hawks at bay in the second half and worked with a double digit lead.
Connor Carlson netted 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Tyce Ortman added 10 points for the Hawks, who finish the season 21-5. Timber Lake's Brayden PayPay poured in 28 points and knocked down four 3-pointers. Tucker Kraft scored 14 points. Jackson Harrison added 11 for Timber Lake (20-4).Timber Lake led from wire to wire and built a 33-25 halftime lead. The Panthers shot 51 percent from the field, while Canistota shot 38 percent from the floor.
Faced with a 15-point deficit, the Huskies rallied for an 87-79 double overtime win over White River for third place at the Class B boys state basketball tournament.Bridgewater-Emery's Sawyer Schultz erupted for 38 points and 14 rebounds, while Jamin Arend tossed in 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Carter Dye added 16 points and 11 boards.Nick Sayler scored 23 points for White River and Teron Sazue scored 15 points.
ICYMI, on Thursday Timber Lake's Brayden PayPay and Sully Buttes' Lincoln Jordre played against each other. Their fathers played against each other back in the day. Skip PayPay for Wakpala and Clark Jordre for Selby. Fun stuff. https://twitter.com/ClarkJordre/status/974418839189454848
@TuckerKraft He will definitely be in the mix. You as well. Teams will be released within the next few weeks. Good season, bud. TL proved the doubters wrong at state. A lot of people were bragging you guys up last night.
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