Seventh Grade Boys Wrap Up 2005 Basketball Season

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December 29, 2005

Seventh Grade Boys Wrap Up 2005 Basketball Season

The Tigers opened the year with a 44-11 defeat at the hands of Clark County. Kasey Dial topped the score book with seven points.

SCR-I got a rematch on November 8th but the results were similar as the Indians prevailed 48-8. Rod Sears led Scotland County with four points.

The Tigers fell to 0-3 with a 23-14 loss to Knox County. Dial had six points in the loss.

Logan Brassfield burst onto the scene with 17 points but Kirksville bested SCR-I 41-28 on November 11. Andy Garrett contributed two points off the bench for SCR-I.

Schuyler County bested the Tigers 34-26 on November 14 despite 15 points from Brassfield and nine by Dial.

Putnam County made it a six-game slide as the Midgets beat SCR-I 38-24 on November 16th. Brassfield had 14 points while Rod Sears added six.

The Tigers got into the win column on November 19th with a 32-10 victory over Canton. Brassfield led the charge with 16 points. Dial had six points and Bryce Smith and Dakota Wells each contributed four points.

Scotland County made it two in a row with a 36-33 win over Knox County on November 29th. Dial led a balanced attack with 10 points. Chris Doubet finished with six points. Levi Woollums pitched in with five points and Andy Garrett added four.

Schuyler County ended the winning streak with a 35-23 defeat despite nine points from Brassfield.

Canton avenged its early season defeat by besting the Tigers 17-15.

Kirksville knocked off Scotland County 36-18 to make it a three-game slide. Brassfield had eight points and Smith had five in the losing cause.

On December 11 Schuyler County beat SCR-I 34-24.

The season ended with a 53-18 defeat by Clark County. Sears had six points to lead the Tigers.

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