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Twin Valley League Basketball Tournament Quarterfinal Recap
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

The Twin Valley League tournament continued Monday with quarterfinal games with the girls games played in Frankfort and the boys in Onaga.

Below you can find a quick recap of each game along with updated brackets.  

BOYS -  Bracket

Centralia 58, Onaga 30

After Onaga jumped out to a quick 7-2 lead early Centralia responded and led 15-9 after one quarter behind six points from Presley Bowers before Ian Haverkamp and Trenton Talley combined for nine points in the second giving the Panthers a 29-18 lead at the half.

The third quarter is where the Panthers completely took control as Marshall Tanking hit two 3-pointers and Centralia took a 26-point lead going into the fourth outscoring Onaga 21-6 in the third.

Presley Bowers led the Panthers with 17 points while Raef Osterhaus added 12 while Onaga was led by Jason Abitz’s nine points.

Hanover 60, Wetmore 48

In an offensive struggle early that saw Hanover lead 16-14 at halftime, the Wildcats outscored Wetmore 20-10 in the third quarter to take control of the game before both teams scored 24 points in the fourth.

Hanover had four guys finish in double figures as Blake Hynek led the way with 19 points while Emmitt Jueneman added 12, Keagan Dimler 11 and Jacob Jueneman 10.

Wetmore in the loss had Braden Henry scored 19 points while Kael McQueen added 18.

Troy 64, Frankfort 38

In one of the more dominant performances of the season Troy jumped out to a 12-7 lead over Frankfort in the first quarter behind 10 combined points from Reagan Hartman and Griffin Weber.

The Trojans forced five turnovers in the second quarter to up their lead to 10 points going into halftime as Jerrit Norris scored six points in the frame while Keaton Neuman added four.

The third quarter is where Troy really took control as the Trojans forced Frankfort into eight turnovers while Norris scored 12 more points in the quarter giving Troy a 46-26 lead going into the fourth.

Norris wrapped up the night with 11 more points in the fourth as he finished with a game-high 31 points on 9-of-11 shooting from the free throw line.

Griffin Weber added 10 for Troy while Samuel Gros led Frankfort with 12 in the loss.

Clifton-Clyde 59, Doniphan West 42

Behind a 20-11 second quarter, Clifton-Clyde took a nine point lead into halftime before taking control with a 15-9 fourth.

Aiden Rudolph and Isaiah LeDuc-Pierce each combined for 13 points to lead the Eagles who made 11 3-pointers on the night.

Lafe Blevins in the loss was huge for the Mustangs scoring 20 points on four 3-pointers.

GIRLS – Bracket

Frankfort 39, Wetmore 28

After an offensive struggle early, which saw Frankfort take just an 11-10 halftime lead, the Cats took control with a 14-5 third quarter to lead by 10 going into the fourth quarter.

In the fourth Frankfort’s Mariah Broxterman wrapped up the contest with nine points in the quarter including a 5-of-7 effort from the free throw line to finish with a game-high 21 points.

Wetmore shot just three total free throws in the contest with Raegan Osterhaus scoring 15 points in the loss.

Doniphan West 48, Clifton-Clyde 34

Behind a 30-16 second half Doniphan West broke a tie score at halftime and moved on to the semifinals with a 14-point victory.

Chloe Clevenger led the Mustangs in the win scoring 17 points in the contest while Shea Wurtz scored 11 to lead Clifton-Clyde in the loss.

Valley Heights 47, Centralia 43

Valley Heights jumped out to an 11-point lead at halftime before Centralia made a run in the second half to make it close before ultimately falling short.

Emma Toerber got Valley Heights off to a great start scoring 11 points in the first half, before Emma Yungeberg and Maddy Vermetten each scored six in the second half to preserve the win.

Toerber led the Mustangs with 13 points while Yungeberg added 12 and Vermetten 10.

Centralia was led in the loss by Avery Deters who scored 12 points while Lena Haverkamp added 11.

Hanover 46, Washington County 34

In what was a close game throughout, Hanover outscored Washington County 15-4 in the fourth quarter to take advantage after leading by just one going into the fourth.

Massey Holle led the Cats with 12 points in the win on two 3-pointers while Ceegan Atkins added 10.

Emma Hoover led the Tigers with 13 points on a trio of 3-pointers.


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