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2018 TVL Basketball Tournament -- Consolation Games
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

The 2018 Twin Valley League tournament rolled along on Wednesday with consolation games involving teams that fell in the first round of the tournament. 

TVL Tournament brackets --- girls bracket     boys bracket 

Listen back to 1st round games - Onaga vs. Clifton-Clyde (girls) (click here to listen)
   Troy vs. Doniphan West (girls) (click here to listen)
   Troy vs. Centralia (boys) (click here to listen)
   Frankfort vs. Valley Heights (boys) (click here to listen)
   Onaga vs. Wetmore (boys) (click here to listen)

Quarterfinals - Doniphan West vs. Hanover (girls) (click here to listen)
   Axtell vs. Frankfort (girls) (click here to listen)
   Axtell vs. Doniphan West (boys) (click here to listen)
   Valley Heights vs. Clifton-Clyde (boys) (click here to listen)

Special thanks to our special TVL Tournament sponsors on 92.1 KMZA -- Bank of Highland - Bendena State Bank, Blue Valley Telecommunications, The State Bank of Bern - Axtell Branch,  Nemaha County Co-op, First National Bank of Frankfort, M&R Auto Parts, F&L Construction, Doug Heiman-Shelter Insurance, Farmer's State Bank - Onaga, Westmoreland & Manhattan and Koch & Company


#13 Onaga vs. #8 Washington County -- Washington County won 61-16

Washington County pounced on Onaga early and used a strong start to earn the win 61-16 win. The Tigers behind a nine point first quarter from Tess Cecrle outscored Onaga 24-2 in the first quarter and by halftime led 40-4 going on to earn the win. Washington County with the win moved to 5-6 on the season and was led by Holly Delay who scored 21 points. Cecrle added 16 points for the Tigers in the win. Onaga with the loss fell to 0-10 on the season as Belinda Ames led the Buffaloes with 10 points. 

#11 Troy vs. #7 Wetmore -- Wetmore won 51-16

Wetmore Cardinal girls flew out to an early lead and used it to guide themselves to the 51-16 win. Led by a seven point performance from Alyssa Bloom Wetmore jumped on Troy in the first quarter leading 15-2 after one. Cardinals went into halftime up 26-8 and put the game out of reach for Troy with an 18-8 third quarter. Regan Osterhaus and Alyssa Bloom led Wetmore with 15 and 13 points, respectively moving the Cardinals to 5-5. Troy in the loss was led by Sidney Fleek who netted six points as Troy fell to 0-8 on the season. 

Games on Thursday (Girls):

#5 Valley Heights vs. #1 Frankfort 6:00pm (Semifinals) -- (on 92.1 KMZA)
#3 Hanover vs. #2 Centralia 7:30pm (Semifinals) -- (on 92.1 KMZA)
#9 Axtell vs. #4 Clifton-Clyde 6:00pm (Consolation Semifinals)
#10 Blue Valley vs. #6 Doniphan West 7:30pm (Consolation Semifinals)

(Semifinals on Thursday Jan. 18th; Championship and other games Saturday Jan. 20th)

Consolation Games (Girls)

Thursday (Jan. 18th)

#13 Onaga vs. #12 Linn 4:30pm

Saturday (Jan. 20th)

#8 Washington County vs. #7 Wetmore 10:00am 
#12 Linn vs. #11 Troy 10:00am


#13 Troy vs. #9 Blue Valley --- Blue Valley won 62-60

It proved to tight battle as Troy and Blue Valley faced off and the Rams snagged the 62-60 win. Troy went up 24-19 after the first quarter lead by Reid Jasper who scored 14 points in the first and the Trojans went into halftime up 34-28. Blue Valley had a response with a 20-9 to take the lead and went to take the game. A trio of double figure scorers led Blue Valley has Jeremiah Duncan scored 14 points, Lane Peter added 13 points and Cole Montgomery netted 10 points as the Rams moved to 3-8 on the season. Troy fell to 0-8 on the year and was led by Reid Jasper who tallied 21 points, while Kipp Jasper scored 18 points and Tate Smith finished with 13 points. 

#11 Frankfort vs. #10 Onaga -- Frankfort won 37-35 

Frankfort held off Onaga to take the 37-35 win in TVL tournament consolation game action. The Wildcats behind three three-pointers in the first quarter pushed themselves to a 15-10 lead after one and went into halftime up 17-14 after a low scoring second quarter. A 9-4 third quarter gave Frankfort an eight-point lead but Onaga finished the game with a 17-11 fourth to make it tight but the Wildcats earned the two-point win. Mitchell Olson and Austin Hardwick with 13 and 11 points, respectively led Frankfort helping the Wildcats move to 3-9 on the season. Onaga with the loss fell to 2-9 on the season as Tanner Marten led the way with 20 points. 

Games on Friday (Boys):

#4 Centralia vs. #1 Doniphan West 6:00pm (Semifinals) -- (on 92.1 KMZA)
#3 Clifton-Clyde vs. #2 Hanover 7:30pm (Semifinals) -- (on 92.1 KMZA)
#12 Washington County vs. #8 Axtell 6:00pm (Consolation Semifinals)
#7 Wetmore vs. #6 Valley Heights 7:30pm (Consolation Semifinals) 

(Semifinals on Friday Jan. 20th; Championship and other games Saturday Jan. 21st)

Consolation Games (Boys)

Friday (Jan. 20th)

#13 Troy vs. #5 Linn 4:30pm

Saturday (Jan. 21st)

#10 Onaga vs. #9 Blue Valley 11:30am 
#11 Frankfort vs. #5 Linn 11:30am

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