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The Cyclone Basketball teams split action on the road last Friday at Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.
The boys had a back and forth game with the Bulldogs, but finally took a firm lead in the last quarter. The Cyclones took the game by 15 points, 58-43. This improves their record to 9-3 on the season.
Scoring for the Cyclones was led by Senior Andy Kerkman with 14 points, followed by Zach Martin with 11. Jagger Smith put up 9 points, Travis Kerkman and Brenden Cleveland scored 7, Blake Kester had 6 points and Blake Hoke had 4.
The Lady Cyclones had a tough game, trailing by 14 points in the first quarter. The girls fought back in the second, but fell short by a final score of 52-30.
Senior Mallory Cooper led the team in points with 12 followed by Whitney Rittscher with 8. Other scorers included Pammela Maxwell with 4, Kylie Thiele with 3, Grace Rittscher with 2 and Sierra Schroeder with 1.
Coming up, both teams will be traveling to Neligh-Oakdale to take on the Warriors.