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Results from Lewis Cass for Saturday, December 2nd

Varsity Wrestling falls to Maconaquah 59 – 18

Winners for the Kings:

106 Levi Bell

157 Kyland Magers

215 Elijah Martin

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Varsity Wrestling falls to Tippecanoe Valley 45 – 36

Winners for the Kings:

113 Dominic Sebastian

120 Elliott Grist

126 Max Grist

132 Michael Mills

138 Eli Bowyer

190 Nick Park

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Varsity Wrestling falls to North Miami 50 – 31

Winners for the Kings:

106 Levi Bell

120 Elliott Grist

138 Eli Bowyer

190 Nick Park

215 Eli Martin

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Varsity Wrestling beats Whitko 40 – 39

Winners for the Kings:

106 Levi Bell

120 Elliott Grist

126 Max Grist

150 Kamaron Hall

157 James Strong

165 Kyland Magers

215 Eli Martin

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Varsity Wrestling beats Rossville 49 – 30

Winners for the Kings:

106 Levi Bell

113 Dominic Sebastian

120 Elliott Grist

126 Max Grist

132 Michael Mills

138 Eli Bowyer

165 Kyland Magers

215 Nick Park

HWT Eli Martin

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Lady Kings Improve to 6-1 with 51-36 Victory Over Logansport

In a game of ups and downs, the Lady Kings hang on to earn their 6th win of the season with a 51-36 final over Logansport. The Kings started the game hot with an 11-0 start over the Lady Berries. However, Logansport was able to stay in the game as they hit four of their six 3 pointers in the first half to keep things close. The Berries were even able to pull within 2 points in the 3rd quarter until Faith Helvie nailed a three from deep to keep the Berries at bay. Kinsey Mennen was an emphasis early and often as the Kings’ zone offense was focused on getting her the basketball. Mennen scored 18 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as she helped the Kings to a victory and also earned honors to the Cass County All-Tournament Team. Another top scorer for the Lady Kings was Aftin Griffin, who was able to get some late game steals and transition baskets as she aided the Kings victory with 13 points. Griffin was also clutch from the free throw line as she went 7 of 8 on the evening. Faith Helvie hit two huge threes to give her 6 points on the night. Anna Hedrick added 7 points, 4 of those coming in the 4th quarter. Mylie Sipe added 4 points and Heta Kosunen put in 3 points.

Despite a tough loss to Caston on Wednesday night, the Lady Kings are off to their best start since 2001. The girls return to action Tuesday night as they head to Rossville to face the 5-3 Lady Hornest.

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