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JV Boys Play Four in Eight Days

December 20, 2014

The Randolph Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball team has been busy, playing four games in a eight day span.  Game one of the four game set was against the visiting Ponca Indains.  The game was a three quarter contest that saw the local boys take a 6-5 first quarter lead.  Randolph again won the second quarter by one, and held a 13-11 lead after two quarters of play. Ponca hung tough in the third quarter and tied the contest at 26 to take it to overtime.  Overtime was all the Indians as they outscored the Junior Cards 7-1 to take a 35-27 victory.

Four Cardinals scored on the night.  Grant Brunssen led the way with 8 points.  Mason Stubbs had 7, and Andrew Schnoor and Judson Hixson each had 6.

Game two of the four game set had the locals traveling to Laurel to take on the LCC Bears.  Randolph's JV squad had a hard time getting started and found themselves down by a 23-11 margin after two quarters.  The Cards never gave up and lost the third and final quarter by mere two points.  The final score was LCC 34 Randolph 20.

Grant Brunssen again was the high scorer on the night with 7 points.  Andrew Schnoor had 6, Judson Hixson 5, and Mason Stubbs rounded out the scoring with 2.

Tuesday saw the Cardinals travel to Wakefield to take on the conference foe.  Mason Stubbs led the way in the first quarter with 4 points and the game was tied at 10.  The Junior Cards were able to eke out a one point margin in the second quarter and took at 21-20 lead.  The game remained tight, but Randolph made 7 of 10 freethrows in the final period to take a 30-26 victory.

Andrew Schnoor hit double figures with 10 points. Jud Hixson had 9, Mason Stubbs 7,and Mason Nordhues and Grant Brunssen rounded out the scoring with 2 each.

The final game in the four game set saw Randolph travel to Bloomfield to take on the Bees.  Foul trouble plagued the locals as they saw both their big men get early fouls.  Bloomfield held a 11-9 lead at the end on one.  Bloomfield continued their strong play in the second to take a 23-17 lead after two.  Randolph gave a valiant come back attempt in the third and final quarter, but came up just short by a 35-32 margin. 

Andrew Schnoor and Cade Linville had nice nights scoring.  They had 12-11 points respectively.  Mason Stubbs pitched in 7 points, and Jud Hixson rounded out the scoring with 2.

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