Washington Evening Journal
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WACO 67, Holy Trinity Catholic 40
WACO just keeps winning.
The Warriors trailed 14-13 after one and held just a 32-28 lead at the half, but the Warriors would use a 35-12 second half to take the win.
Reece Oswald had 17 for the Warriors. Hunter Hughes and Simeon Reichenbach added 11.
WACO improves to 10-2 on the year.
Winfield-Mt. Union 59, Pekin 35
Winfield gets another Southeast Super Conference win over Pekin.
The Wolves led Pekin by just one, 13-12, after one quarter of play. Winfield turned it on in the final three quarters, and the Panthers went stagnant.
Winfield outscored Pekin 46-23 following the first quarter, holding them to single digits in each of the three quarters.
Winfield-Mt. Union moves to 11-1 on the season, and Pekin drops to 3-8.
No. 9 Mid-Prairie 81, Durant 55
The No. 9 Golden Hawks stay undefeated at 12-0 with the win over Durant.
Van Buren County 54, Central Lee 21
Van Buren gets first win since November against the Hawks of Central Lee.
The Warriors led 13-0 after one and never looked back, en route to a 33 point victory.
Jackson Manning finished with 28 points for the Warriors. Van Buren improves to 2-8 on the season.
Cardinal 70, Burlington Notre Dame 62
Cardinal led with a balanced attack in the win over Notre Dame.
Griffin Greiner scored 18 for the Comets, Dawson Lewis had 17, and Blaine Bryant chipped in 15.
The Comets get win number eight on the year and move to 8-4.
Louisa-Muscatine 31, Highland 25
The Huskies struggled in the first half, scoring just seven points and trailing 19-7.
Highland would bounce back in the second outscoring the Falcons 18-12, but the first half deficit would be to great.
Highland falls to 1-9 on the year.
Wapello 53, Columbus 36
Columbus was down 15-10 after one and just 23-18 at the half, but Wapello went on a 30-18 second half run to overtake the Wildcats.
Columbus drops to 3-9 in the loss.
North Mahaska 69, Keota 40
Keota kept was down three after one and eight after two. The Eagles were still in a position to make a move, but the Warhawks had other plans.
North Mahaska outscored Keota 34-13 in the second half to get a commanding win.
Cole Kindred scored 13 for the Eagles and Evan Vittetoe added 10.