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Cass’ rally falls short against Twin Lakes MONTICELLO — The Lewis Cass girls basketball team nearly

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Cass’ rally falls short against Twin Lakes

MONTICELLO — The Lewis Cass girls basketball team nearly erased an 18-point second-half deficit in a 44-39 loss at Twin Lakes on Thursday night.

“We got down 18 and got it down to one,” Cass coach Mike Collins said. “We came out and looked like a new team compared to the Eastern game.

“The intensity and energy were phenomenal.”

Kyndal Silcox led the Kings (0-2) with 13 points. Odessa Vest, Miah Martin and Paxtyn Hicks added six apiece.

“We put in a new offense,” Collins said. “We were struggling with our set plays so we put in a new motion type of offense we had never run before. We put it in practice for 20 minutes [Wednesday] and ran it the entire game and the girls were moving more and it helped the flow of the game.”

Maggie Gutwein scored 23 points to lead the Indians (1-0). Sidney Myers had nine and Kayla Bennington added six.

Twin Lakes led 12-6 after one quarter, 21-15 at halftime and 35-31 after three.

Cass travels to Manchester on Tuesday. Twin Lakes hosts Class 3A No. 1 Northwestern on Saturday.

Tri-Central girls fall in season opener

SHARPSVILLE — Tri-Central’s girls basketball squad dropped its season opener 50-20 to visiting Frankton on Thursday night.

The Eagles, which won a Class 2A regional last season, opened the second half on a 19-0 run to break open a 22-16 halftime lead.

“I’ve got young kids and when they went on that run we didn’t handle it very well,” TC coach Jason Bales said. “Experience wins. I think we played an incredible first half. We played well defensively but could have done better offensively.”

The Trojans and Eagles were tied 8-all one quarter in before Frankton (1-0) started to create separation.

Kenadie Fernung led TC with nine points. Brittany Temple added seven and Carinne Henderson four.

“Three freshmen played significant minutes,” Bales said. “I think we learned a little bit. I thought Kenadie played really well. We’ve just got to get more kids involved.”

Local Special Olympics to hold hoops callouts

Callouts for Special Olympics Howard County basketball will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Elwood Haynes School gym. The callouts are for the men’s team, women’s team, youth team and skills.

Those interested in coaching a team are asked to email SOIN.howardco@gmail.com for more information.

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