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Basketball Clubs Drop District Playoff Games at Broken Bow Friday; Headed for Byng Regional Feb. 26

posted Feb 20, 2015, 11:21 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Feb 21, 2015, 9:13 AM ]
The calendar has advanced into postseason play for the Madill basketball teams. They traveled to Broken Bow Friday (Feb. 20) night to take on the Savages in the district eight playoffs. The Wildcats fell 58-44 despite making a run in the second quarter to tie the game by halftime. The girls lost 69-32. That means the girls will play at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 26 in the consolation bracket of the Byng regional. The Madill boys will play at 3 p.m. on Feb. 26 in Byng.
The boys stormed back in the second quarter after falling behind by double-digits in the frame to tie the contest, 28-28, moving into the second half. Clement scored a team-best 14 points on the night.
Broken Bow opened the contest with a 14-10 lead to close the first stanza. The Savages forged a 43-33 advantage by the end of the third.
Raygan Dodd pumped in nine points for Madill. Corbin Larason netted six points, Taber Bagley finished with five points, Spence Weaver added five points, Dylan Gilmore chipped in three points and Keandre Morris ended with two points in the Madill loss.
The Broken Bow girls went out to a 15-7 advantage by the end of the first frame. It was 33-17 in favor of the Lady Savages by halftime. The board showed a 48-28 cushion for Broken Bow by the end of the third period.
Senior Mikah Hartsfield had 16 points to lead Madill. Kaitlyn Jones poured in eight points. Elizabeth Schulke had four points. Madi Cook and Kortlyn Yow each had two points.