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Local Sports

C-M teams remain winless

SAYDEL — Colfax-Mingo's girls and boys came away with similar losses at Saydel on Friday. The girls took a 68-30 loss, while the boys fell by a final score of 67-25.

C-M's girls got off to a rocky start, falling behind 19-4 after the first quarter. C-M found its scoring, but couldn't keep pace with the Eagles. Senior McKenzie Cogley led C-M with 19 points and eight rebounds.

The Tigerhawk boys fell behind big from the start and continued to lose ground throughout the game. Saydel got on top 20-4 after the first quarter and led 42-11 at halftime.

Colin Lourens was the lone Tigerhawk in double figures, scoring 10 points on 4-for-8 shooting.

Both teams are still searching for their first victories of the season for C-M's basketball program. Their next opportunity will come Tuesday night in a double-header with Collins-Maxwell/Baxter

Girls Game

Saydel — 19-17-20-12 — 68

Colfax-Mingo — 4-11-8-7 — 30

C-M — Cogley 19, Ivy Moore 5, Jade Lewis 2, Jessica Albright 2

Boys Game

Saydel —20-22-19-6 — 67

Colfax-Mingo —4-7-10-4 — 25

Saydel — Alex Gustafson 19, Hunter White 12, Kyler Walter 10, Brandon Hill 9, Mattingly Stone 8

C-M — Lourens 10, Jake Lietz 7, Sean Borts 2, Jared Myers 2, Juan Gonzales 2, Blake Summy 2

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