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Montevideo American-News - Montevideo, MN
  • Thunder Hawks host Tigers in regular season finale Friday

  • The Montevideo boys basketball team will try to snap a seven-game losing streak when they host Mor­ris/Chokio-Alber­ta Friday in the final game of the regular season.
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  • The Montevideo boys basketball team will try to snap a seven-game losing streak when they host Mor­ris/Chokio-Alber­ta Friday in the final game of the regular season.
    LqP Valley 48, Monte 47
    Duzhown Coleman scored at the final buzzer to give Lac qui Parle Valley a 48-47 win over Montevideo Frdiay at LqPV.
    The T-Hawks had overcome a 46-42 deficit in the final minute when Jordan Thompson hit a three-point shot and a driving layup to give Montevideo a one-point lead with nine seconds left.
    The Eagles used two passes to get the ball to Coleman, who made the game-winner from close range.
    Thompson led Monte­video in scoring with 14 p;oints. Dylan Erickson had 15 for the Eagles.
    Benson 68, Montevideo 60
    Benson rallied from a 55-50 deficit with four minutes remaining to down the Thunder Hawks 68-60 Friday at Benson.
    Montevideo got 19 points from Troy Diggins, 18 from Ryan Maroney and 10 from Jurdan Thompson, but the Braves Colin Ose had a huge night with 35 points.
    Redwood 67, Monte 44
    Redwood Valley, the top seed in the North half of Section 3AA, led from start to finish in beating the Thunder Hawks here Tuesday.
    After the Cardinals went on a 10-0 run for a 19-5 lead, Ryan Maroney hit a pair of three-pointers that started a Montevideo rally that cut the deficit to 24-20, but Red­wood Valley quickly took over early in the second half.
    Ryan Maroney led the T-Hawks with 16 points.
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