In the books

Unfortunately for Russell, the boys could not carry the momentum over from the girls game. Ellsworth scored the first six points and never trailed, going on to win 62-48.

The Broncos, who lost to Ellsworth by 19 last month, got to within one point in the second quarter and trailed by five going to halftime, were outscored 17-2 to start the third quarter. The Bearcats’ lead never fell below 12 the rest of the way.

Got to write up these games and then go an appointment in Hays tomorrow morning. It will be frigid, which is why I refueld tonight before going home. That way, I don’t have to stand outside in the cold with the pump.

About David

Louisiana native living in Kansas. New Orleans born, LSU graduate. I have Asperger’s Syndrome, one toe less than most humans, addictions to The Brady Bunch, Lifetime movies, Bluey, most sports, food and trivia. Big fan of Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, New Orleans Saints, Montreal Canadiens. Was a big fan of Quebec Nordiques until they moved to Denver. My only celebrity crush is NFL official Sarah Thomas. I strongly dislike LSU fans who think Alabama is its biggest rival, warm weather, steaks cooked more than rare, hot dogs with ketchup, restaurants without online ordering, ranch dressing, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Alex Ovechkin, Barry Bonds, Putin, his lover in Belarus, North Korean dictators, Venezuelan dictators, all NHL teams in the south (especially the Lightning and Panthers), Brooklyn Nets and Major League Soccer.

Posted on 2015-01-06, in Basketball, KSHSAA, Russell HS, Sports and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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