Sports In Brief
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The archives search is much more comprehensive now as well.
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McLouth teams still looking for win No. 1
The McLouth High boys basketball team lost to Pleasant Ridge, 57-43, Friday at Benedictine College.
Senior Mark Stewart and sophomore Cole Batman led the Bulldogs with 10 points a piece. Senior Ryan Smith and junior Derrick Crouse each scored eight.
McLouth's game against Doniphan West on Saturday was canceled because of the wintry weather. It was rescheduled for 2:30 p.m. today at Benedictine.
MHS (0-3) lost a play-in game against Oskaloosa for the rights to advance to the Delaware Valley League Tournament. As a result, the Bulldogs played in the Benedictine round-robin tournament.
McLouth's game on Tuesday against Maranatha Academy of Shawnee also was canceled because of the weather. A rescheduled date has not been set.
The McLouth High girls basketball team lost to Jackson Heights, 32-25, on Dec. 4 at Benedictine. MHS (0-3) didn't qualify for the DVL Tournament, so it also played in the Benedictine round-robin tournament.
Dec. 4 was the last time the Bulldogs played. McLouth's tournament game against Valley Falls this weekend, along with its game against Maranatha on Tuesday, were canceled. No makeup dates have been announced.