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After a fast-paced first half, things slowed down in
the second half Thursday night, allowing the Mt. Lake Area boys basketball team to preserve a 76-63 win over Heron Lake- Okabena at Mt. Lake.
The game was foul filled for both teams, with a lot of the
offense in the game coming from the free throw line.
“We played well at times,” MLA Coach Shawn Naas said. “We closed the first half with a nice run. We still foul too much and have some lapses on both ends of the floor, but we seem to be improving.”
Five Wolverines scored in double figures, led by Levi Stoesz and Ryan McCue with 16 points each. Levi Jahnke and Ben Grev each scored 12 and Eric Wenner added 10 points and 15 rebounds. “Eric had a big game on the boards, and Ryan hit 10 straight free throws,” Naas said. “But the game was pretty sloppy, with 58 fouls and 66 free throw attempts.”
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