Nodaway Valley 60, Bedford 40
GREENFIELD — Nodaway Valley survived a cold-shooting night (2-of-19 from 3-point) to pick up a 60-40 win over Bedford here on Tuesday, extending the team’s Pride of Iowa Conference win streak to 50 games.
Jackson Lamb scored 16 points to lead Nodaway Valley, while TJ Bower scored 12 points. Caleb Mueller chipped in nine points, while Delson Grantham scored eight points. Zach Plymesser added seven and Mason Clarke dropped in six.
Plymesser recorded a team-high nine rebounds, while Grantham pulled down eight Lamb finished with seven. Bower dished out four assists and had three steals. Lamb finished with nine steals.
Mormon Trail 61, Murray 58
GARDEN GROVE — Mormon Trail outscored Murray 37-28 in the second half to complete a come-from-behind 61-58 win over the Mustangs here on Tuesday.
“We did not play with a lot of passion tonight and it caught up to us in the end,” Murray head coach Darin Wookey said. “We blew and eight-point lead in the third quarter. We need to play a whole lot better on Friday. Playing at Mormon Trail is tough. They basically have a 10-point lead to start the game and we could not overcome the home court advantage.”
Trey McHenry scored 31 points with six rebounds to lead the Mustangs. Pat Kilmer added 12 points with seven rebounds. Sam Rockhold scored seven points with five rebounds. Braydon Held scored six points with seven boards. Andrew Rider finished with three rebounds and three steals.
Murray fell to 15-5 for the season with the loss. The Mustangs close out the regular season tonight at home against Martensdale-St. Marys.
Lenox 66, Stanton 64
STANTON — Lenox picked up a 66-64 win over Stanton here on Tuesday.
Caleb Lange had a big night with 34 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Tigers. Spencer Brown also recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds to go with five assists.
Frank Martinez scored seven points. Dustin Gordon chipped in four points with six rebounds. Dawson Tullberg scored four points, while Carson Cline dropped in three points with five boards.