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CCHS headed to Southern C Divisional Tournament

 

February 22, 2019

Helen Stevens

Freshman Turner Tooke heads for the game winning layup after stealing the ball from a Broadus player in overtime of Saturday's consolation game at the District 4C Basketball Tournament. The Bulldogs won, 47-45.

The CCHS boys basketball team opened their tournament play against the Rebels of Custer/Hysham. The Bulldogs had a big first quarter, outscoring the Rebels 18-2. They were up by 31 at halftime. The game was light on fouls. Combined, the teams shot only 16 free throws and committed 17 fouls. The boys cruised to a forty point opening win, 61-21. Jared Pardee was the games high scorer with 23 points.

CCHS 18 38 52 61

Custer/Hysham 2 7 15 21

CCHS: Jared Pardee 23, Mick O'Connor 22, Caleb Fix 7, Shayne Burkhalter Enos 5, Wyatt Kittelmann 4

Custer/Hysham: Caden Rhoads 8, Jakob Richardson 7, Preston Long 6

The boys played Wibaux in their second tourney game. They had a four point lead at halftime and were down by 4 at the end of the third. Wibaux's Cobe Begger took over the game in the fourth quarter, scoring 19 of his 33 points in the frame. Ten of them came from the free throw line. Jared Pardee hit a pair of three-pointers late, but the foul game didn't pan out for the Dogs as they eventually lost by 10. Wibaux shot 15 for 19 from the charity stripe, compared to 8 for 12 for CCHS.

CCHS 12 21 24 41

Wibaux 13 17 28 51

CCHS: Jared Pardee 19, Mick O'Connor 13, Turner Tooke 3, Caleb Fix 3, Wyatt Kittelmann 2, Seth Kennedy 1

Wibaux: Cobe Begger 33, Tel Lunde 14, Chance Larson 3, Colten Miske 1

In the consolation bracket, CCHS first took on Jordan. Caleb Fix had a huge game that proved instrumental in propelling the Bulldogs to victory. The senior scored 20 points, 9 of which came in the fourth quarter. The boys did a good job limiting mistakes as they had only 17 turnovers in the game. Jordan's Keenan Murnion led all scorers with 25 points.

CCHS 13 30 34 49

Jordan 12 18 31 41

CCHS: Caleb Fix 20, Mick O'Connor 14, Turner Tooke 7, Ryan Rychner 5, Jared Pardee 3

Jordan: Keenan Murnion 25, Ed Murnion 10, Dalton Bliss 4, Dawson Murnion 2

Helen Stevens

Caleb Fix accepts the third place trophy after a last second win over Broadus in the consolation game of the District 4C Tournament.

The Bulldogs faced rival Broadus in the third-fourth place consolation game on Saturday evening. Broadus has steadily improved their play throughout the season under former CCHS coach Mike Richards, and the game proved a tough test for the Bulldogs. The Hawks were down by four at the start of the fourth but made up the deficit, due in-large-part to Clay LaPlant who had 10 points in the quarter. Broadus was able to force overtime.

With the game tied and only seconds left in overtime, freshman Turner Tooke stole the ball from a Broadus player and made a layup at the other end, lifting Blue to a two-point, last second victory.

CCHS 11 20 35 42 47

Broadus 10 19 31 42 45

CCHS: Mick O'Connor 16, Jared Pardee 14, Turner Tooke 10, Caleb Fix 7

Broadus: Clay LaPlant 21, Beau Kuhbacher 10, Kashus Giacometto 6, Marcus Mader 4, Tayden Gee 2, Aaron Rogers 2

With a third place finish at the district tournament, the Bulldogs will head to Laurel for their first game at the Southern C Divisional Tournament against Park City on Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

 

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