Lynnville-Sully boys roll past North Mahaska
The Lynnville-Sully boys got ahead of North Mahaska early and stayed there the entire night. The Hawks blew past their competition on Tuesday night, winning by a final score of 45-19. The Hawks defense, in particular, was outstanding. They only allowed six made buckets out of 40 attempts.
Lynnville-Sully came out in a zone defense that North Mahaska was unable to penetrate. The Warhawks cast three-pointers from well beyond the line and failed to hit on all but one, which came in the third quarter.
The Hawks cruised out to an 8-2 lead off of three pointers by TJ Cunningham and Connor Cullen. Those early outside makes forced the North Mahaska defense to try to close out on the shooters, leaving them exposed for inside buckets. Along with Cullen and Cunningham, Nathan Russell was able to get some easy buckets inside and the rout was on.
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