Medora can't figure out Blackhawks


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Tribune photo by Dennis Dunn/ Medora senior Jarrett Fortner, center, dribbles between Springs Valley's Blake Robling, left, and Levi Weddle during Saturday's game at Medora. Springs Valley won 74-44.


MEDORA

During the past 15 years, the Springs Valley boys basketball team has not lost to Medora.

Last season, the Hornets came within a point of ending that streak. On Saturday night, though, the Blackhawks invaded the Hornets’ Nest and left with a 74-44 win to stay unbeaten in the series.

“Tonight, I think it was a lot of things,” Hornets coach Andrew Evertts said. “I know we were a little bit tired from Friday night, and we didn’t play very well, and it translated over to Saturday night. We have got a lot of things to fix, and we are ready to get back at it (today).”

With the game tied at 4, the Blackhawks forced the Hornets to turn the ball over on three-straight possessions, and they turned those into six points.

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