Longhorns sweep road doubleheader from CFX
South Nodaway's boys amassed a 25-point lead by the end of the third quarter en route to a 65-37 win over Craig-Fairfax Tuesday night in Fairfax.
The Longhorns combined for 41 points in the second and third quarters and grew their lead by 20 points during that span.
CFX scored 28 of its 37 points in the second half.
The Longhorns placed four in double-figures and made 17-22 free throws.
Mitch Hilsabeck contributed a team-high 15 points. Dakota Murphy followed up with 13 points. Silas Nielson and Jimmy Carter each had 11.
CFX's Grant Hopkins led all scorers with 17 points. Wyatt Drewes kicked in 10 points.
Tied with CFX entering the fourth quarter, South Nodaway's girls kicked their offense into over-drive to clear space for a 46-38 win Tuesday night in Fairfax.
The Longhorns scored 20 fourth quarter points, surpassing their output from the previous two quarters combined. All told, they put up 34 of their 46 points in the second half.
Salena Hines led a balanced South Nodaway attack with 13 points. Malainee Hilsabeck finished with eight points. Andrea Henggeler, Kristen Nielson and LeeAnn Walker each had six.
CFX picked up a game-high 15 points from Ryan Hopkins. The team's other main scorer Aleesha Ball totaled just six points.