At the MEC;
Marquette boys earned a home conference win knocking off Midland 46-32
The Mohawks pulled away from a 11-5 first quarter to lead 26-12 at the half. The scoring of Carson Michels 9 points and Aza Berthel seven points fueled the lead.
The Eagles clawed their way back to trail 35-30 before the Mohawks closed it out with a 11-2 run to win 46-32. Carson Michels led all players with 16 point, Berthel added 8 points.
Izick Soper led the Eagles with 12 points Zain Sauer added 11 points and Brian Martens 9.
At the MEC:
The Class 1A 3rd rated Mohawks romped to a 49-11 conference victory over the Midland Eagles.
They set the outcome early rolling to a 13-4 lead in the first quarter and building a 27-8 lead at the half.
Their defense blanked the Eagles in the 3rd and held them to just three points in the second half.
Miranda Peters led Marquette scoring a double-double with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Tori Michel added 10 points. The win moves Marquette to 9-1 for the season.
At the High School:
The Comet boys battled the the Class 2A 3rd rated Regals for 20 minutes before they began to pull away for the the road conference road win 60-40. It was 25-20 at the half and the Comets cut it early in the 2nd half to 33-31 with three free throws coming, but missed all three and then the Regals went on and 8-0 run finished the run 17-3 to take control 48-34. Their size and depth wore the relentless Comets down in a 60-40 loss.
Jackson Wagner had 11-pts and Colby Sieverding nine pts for the Comets
Mason Miller had 21 points and Joshua Dutchik had 12 for the Regals
At the High School:
A low scoring affair saw the Comets fall to 3-5 for the season. The low scoring affair stood the 6-5 Regals.
Bellevue, after one quarter, and 12-11 at the half. The Comets outscored the Regals in the third period 9-5 to hold a 21-16 third quarter lead.
The Regals stepped up their defense and picked up three three pt baskets from Samantha Greving, forging a 29-23 lead with three minutes to play. The Regals defense and four free throws by Greving capped her 13 point second half that sparked the 33-26 win for the visiting Regals.
Teresa Paulsen led the Comets with 10 points.