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The Madison Holiday Tournament ended in a thriller on Saturday, with Elgin Public/Pope John and Burwell going two extra frames to decide the game.
The Wolfpack and Longhorns traded blows for four quarters with neither team able to take the advantage as they headed to overtime tied at 33. The first overtime didn't prove to be much different, as each team put in four points to send it to an extra, deciding frame. Unfortunately for EPPJ, Burwell was able to pull away in the second overtime for a 44-39 win.
The Wolfpack didn't have their best game from the floor, hitting just 20.3 percent of their shots. However, they still got an incredible performance out of Lydia Behnk, who recorded a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Calli Krebs added six points while Paige Meis and Allyson Wemhoff each put in five. Meis joined Behnk in double digit boards, pulling in 10 rebounds.
The boys also were unable to come away with a win on Saturday, falling to Emerson-Hubbard in the consolation game 47-40. The Wolfpack started strong, ultimately taking a 16-9 lead into the break. However, a 20-13 third quarter in favor of Emerson-Hubbard gave tied the game up and gave them a platform to take the win.
Kyle Schumacher led the Wolfpack attack with 17 points and Conor Ramold added 10. Ashton Evans pulled down a team-high eight rebounds while dishing out five assists.