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Three McCook Community College Men’s basketball players have received post-season honors. Three were named to the All-Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference and one was tabbed for post-season honors in Region IX.

Sophomore Peanut Cunningham received conference and region honors while freshmen Tyrek Battle-Holley and Mardrez McBride were named to the NCCAC team.

Cunningham a 6-3 guard from Louisville, Kent., received honorable mention on the all-Region IX south team and also named first-team All-NCCAC. He was seventh in the south sub-region in scoring with 15.1 points, per game, 6.3 rebounds, 2.9 assists, shot 51.3 percent from the field and 33 percent from the 3-point line, and 66.4 percent from the free-throw line.

Tyrek Battle-Holley, a 6-2 guard from Jersey City, N.J., averaged 12.0 points 4.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game for the season. He shot 46.5 percent from the field 39.4 percent from the 3-point line and 74.8 percent from the line.

Mardrez McBride, a 6-2 guard from Augusta, Ga., was 10th in the region in scoring with 14.1 points a game, 4.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists. He shot 43.7 percent from the field, 33.6 percent from the 3-point line and 80.6 from the free-throw line.

ALL REGION TEAM: North Platte’s Courtney Murrell and Jakub Karwowski received first-team All-Region IX South honors along with Western Nebraska’s Jervay Green as players selected to the All-Region IX South first team.

Green led all scorers in the Region IX south with 23.6 points per game. He shot 54.7 percent from the floor, averaged 5.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game. He was second in the south with 55 steals and third in assists with 98. Murrell, a 6-0 freshman guard from Plano, Texas, led North Platte this season with 15.1 points per game – sixth best in the south region. He shot 48.5 percent from the field, averaged 5.3 rebounds per game and 3.2 assists. Defensively he led all south players with 57 steals on the season. Karwowsk, a 7-1 sophomore center from Warsaw, Poland, averaged 9.7 points and 8.9 rebounds per game. He shot 70.6 percent from the field, tops among all players in the region. He was second in the south in rebounds per game and topped the south with 66 blocked shots this season.

The second team is led by a pair of Western Nebraska players in Dru Kuxhausen, who was second in the south in scoring averaging 19.1 points per game and Martin Roub, who was third in scoring with 16.8 points per game. Isaac Essein, Trinidad State, is the other second-teamer. He averaged 10.7 and 4.6 rebounds per game.

Third team members included: Jubrile Belo, Lamar Community College, Wesley Harris, Otero Junior College, and Nyk Lange, Northeastern Junior College. Players receiving honorable mention included: Brevin Brimble, Lamar Community College; Ian Kelly, Trinidad State; Sam Mack, Otero Junior College; Peanut Cunningham, McCook.

ALL NCCAC TEAM: North Platte Community College Coach Kevin O’Connor was named coach of the year. Three players from each team were nominated for the team. In addition to the three MCC players, first team members include: (from North Platte) Tim Johnson, Jakub Karwowski, and Courtney Murrell; (from Central Community College) Latrell Talley and Tre Crawford, and from Southeast Community College: Ray Harding and Ben Moss. Kenan Gray of Southeast received honorable mention.





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Three McCook Community College women’s basketball players have received post-season Region IX honors.

Sophomore guard Hailey Tiles and freshman Makenna Bodette were both named to the Region IX south All-Region Team. Bodette was named to the all-Region IX tournament team. And Sophomore Makayla Jones was named to the Region IX South all-defensive team.

Tiles, a sophomore transfer from Rogers, Ark. -- having first played at Brown Macke -- averaged 18.0 points per game – second best in Region IX. She shot 42.9 percent from the field, 28.4 percent from the 3-point line and went to the free-throw line 219 times – tied for most in the region. Her free-throw percentage was 69.9 percent, which was ranked eighth best in the south sub-region She also averaged 5.3 rebounds per game, had 86 assists (third in the south region) and 75 steals, which was third most in Region IX.

During her freshman season at MCC, Bodette (Colorado Springs) averaged 12.2 points and 10.1 rebounds, one of only two players to average a double-double during the season. She had the most defensive rebounds of any player in Region IX as well as the most total rebounds (324) of any Region IX player. She also was tops in Region IX with 75 blocks on the season, 36 more than any other player in the region. In addition she shot 50.6 percent from the field, fourth best in the south sub-region.

In being named to the Region IX all-tournament Bodette scored 18 points and had nine rebounds in the Indian’s first-round win over Lamar Community College and added 16 points and 19 rebounds in a second-round loss to Eastern Wyoming. In the tournament she was 17 for 28 from the field (60.7 percent) and had five blocked shots.

Makayla Jones was one of five players in the south sub-region cited for their defensive work during the year. Despite coming off the bench in 22 of 32 MCC games, she averaged 6.4 points per game, 5.2 rebounds, and 1.8 assists. She shot 46 percent from the field. Jones had 94 offensive rebounds on the year, a total which trailed only her teammate Bodette for top numbers in the south sub-region. Jones also was credited with 37 steals on the year. Her selection as one of the five top defensive players in the south sub-region came from a vote from the seen coaches in the south sub-region.

South All-Region Team

Hailey Tiles, McCook Community College

Makenna Bodette, McCook Community College

Tashika Burrell, Northeastern Junior College

Alyzae Davis, Northeastern Junior College

Aleksandra Retnikava, Northeastern Junior College

Grace O’Neill, Otero Junior College

Destinee Vigil, Trinidad State Junior College

Merle Wiehl, Western Nebraska Community College

Tishara Morehouse, Western Nebraska Community College

Taylor Joplin, Western Nebraska Community College

 

South All-Defensive Team

Makayla Jones, McCook Community College

Taylor Knudson, Northeastern Junior College

Grace O’Neill, Otero Junior College

Hannah Gilmore, Trinidad State Junior College

Andrijana Reljic, Western Nebraska Community College

 

All-Region IX Tournament Team

Tashika Burrell, Northeastern Junior College

Alexsandra Ratnikava, Northeastern Junior College

Haylie Anderson, Laramie County C.C.

MaKenna Bodette, McCook Community College

Alessia Capley, Otero Junior College

Emily Buchanan, Eastern Wyoming

Abril Rexach, Eastern Wyoming

Lani Taliauli, Sheridan

Maggie Justinak, Casper

Lucie Hoskova, Casper

Jaye Johnson – Casper College

Merle Wiehl, Western Nebraska Community College

Taylor Joplin, Western Nebraska Community College

Allysah Boothe, Western Nebraska Community College

Andrijana Reljic, Western Nebraska Community College





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Behind an opportunistic defense and a big second half from James Palmer Jr., a depleted Nebraska men’s basketball team rallied for a 68-61 victory over Rutgers Wednesday night in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament at the United Center in Chicago.

Palmer scored 27 second-half points, including five points during a game-changing 15-0 run that turned a five-point Husker deficit with six minutes to play into a 61-51 lead with 1:30 remaining. Palmer finished with 34 points, tying his career high and finishing one point shy of the Big Ten Tournament scoring record.

With the win, Nebraska improved to 17-15 on the season. The Huskers advanced to take on No. 5 seed and 21st-ranked Maryland on Thursday. Tipoff for that game is set for 25 minutes after the first game of the day between Ohio State and Indiana, which is set for an 11:30 a.m. (Central) start. The Nebraska-Maryland game will be televised on the Big Ten Network, with the Husker Sports Network providing live radio coverage.

While Palmer’s career night stole the headlines, it was Nebraska’s defense that keyed the victory. The Huskers forced 22 Rutgers turnovers, a season high for the Scarlet Knights and the third-most turnovers by any team in Big Ten Tournament history. NU recorded 12 steals – its second-highest total of the year – and scored 24 points off Rutgers turnovers.

Nebraska's defense keyed big runs in both halves. NU trailed for nearly all of the first half before holding Rutgers to just one field goal over the final six minutes of the half, allowing the Huskers to go on a 12-2 run to take a lead into the locker room. The Scarlet Knights then led for much of the second half, but Nebraska held Rutgers scoreless for nearly six minutes, during which time the Huskers mounted their game-changing 15-0 run.

Palmer produced his third 30-point game of the season – and fourth of his career – by getting to the free throw line. He was 14-of-22 from the charity stripe, tying his career high in makes and setting a new career high in attempts. Palmer also set a Big Ten Tournament record with his 22 free throw attempts, while his 14 made free throws ranked second.

Besides Palmer, Glynn Watson Jr. had 11 points and five assists, while Isaiah Roby bounced back from a slow start, scoring eight of his 10 points in the second half while grabbing six rebounds and blocking four shots. Johnny Trueblood came up big off the bench for the second straight game, scoring three points and adding four steals, while the Huskers were plus-20 on the scoreboard during Trueblood’s career-high-tying 26 minutes.

Eugene Omoruyi led Rutgers (14-17) with 16 points, while Myles Johns had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Nebraska relied on its defense to overcome a slow start. The Huskers missed seven of their first eight shots and trailed 8-2 five minutes into the game. Rutgers then made seven of its next 10 shots to build a 21-14 lead with 6:03 remaining in the half. But Nebraska held the Scarlet Knights to just one field goal the rest of the period, closing the half on a 12-4 run. The Huskers got baskets from four different players during a 9-0 run to grab their first lead at 23-21. Rutgers reclaimed the lead on a pair of free throws, but Palmer hit a layup with three seconds left in the half to send Nebraska into the locker room with a 26-25 advantage.

The Huskers shot just 34.5 percent in the first half, while Rutgers was 10-of-19 (52.6 percent) from the field. But Nebraska forced 11 first-half turnovers – leading to 11 points – and the Huskers’ perimeter defense did not allow a 3-pointer.

The start of the second half mirrored the start of the game. Rutgers hit four of its first six shots, scoring on its first four possessions and using a 9-1 run to grab a 34-27 lead. The Huskers missed their first four shots and didn’t make their first basket until five minutes into the period, when a Palmer layup trimmed the lead to 34-31.

The teams traded points over the next five minutes, with Nebraska getting as close as one and never trailing by more than five. Palmer kept the Huskers within striking distance, scoring 16 points in the first 10 minutes of the second half, accounting for all but two Husker points.

Nebraska twice pulled within one and was down by just a single point at the eight-minute mark before Rutgers took a five-point lead with four straight points. The Huskers then turned up the defensive intensity, holding the Scarlet Knights scoreless for nearly six minutes during a 15-0 run, with 13 of the points scored by either Palmer or Roby.

Roby scored the first five points of the run and hit a pair of free throws to give Nebraska a 52-51 lead four minutes to play, a lead the Huskers would not relinquish. Palmer then knocked down a 3-pointer, Roby added another basket and Palmer picked up a steal and a dunk. The Huskers retained possession following a flagrant foul and Watson made two free throws to cap the run and give Nebraska a 61-51 lead with 1:30 remaining.

Rutgers’ Geo Baker snapped the 15-0 run and ended the Scarlet Knights’ 5:43 scoreless drought to cut the lead to eight with 1:10 left. But Rutgers was never able to get closer than seven the rest of the way. Nebraska made 4-of-6 free throws in the final minute to prevent any chance at a Rutgers comeback.




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Release from McCook AD Darin Nichols 

To the McCook Board of Education
Mr. Jeremy Yilk has stepped down as the Boys Basketball Coach at McCook High School.  Jeremy has been considering this for the past two seasons.  The grind of raising a family, teaching, and the time and pressures of being a head coach at the varsity level had been wearing on him. 

Jeremy informed the team today by stating “Coaching basketball was always a dream of mine.  I feel so fortunate to have been the head coach for the past seven years, and part of the varsity program for 14 years, to some amazing young men.  I have been thinking about this for a while now. While coaching will always be a part of me, I am looking forward to focusing my time and energy into other avenues of life.” 

He also stated that he, “want to thank all of those who have supported the basketball program—parents, community members, administration, and school staff, and especially those I have been fortunate enough to coach with and against through the years.”  

After considering this for many days the administration felt that it was in the best interest of the boys basketball program moving forward to allow Mr. Yilk to step down.  This is a situation that was somewhat new to us, maybe even unique, 
McCook High School will begin its search for the next Head Boys Basketball Coach immediately.  McCook Public Schools currently has an opening for high school English.




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The Nebraska men's basketball team built a double-digit lead late in the first half, and the Huskers never trailed again in a 69-61 upset of No. 21 Maryland Thursday afternoon in a second-round Big Ten Tournament matchup at the United Center.

Nebraska (18-15) led for more than 33 minutes and trailed for just 2:19, advancing to Friday's quarterfinal matchup with No. 4 seed and 19th-ranked Wisconsin. Tipoff for Friday's game is set for approximately 2 p.m. (Central), or 25 minutes after the conclusion of the Michigan State-Ohio State quarterfinal, which begins at 11:30 a.m. (Central).

The Huskers held Maryland to 36 percent shooting and just 18 field goals, marking the Terrapins' fourth-worst shooting percentage of the season and second-fewest field goals. Nebraska also limited a talented Maryland frontcourt to just 22 points in the paint, and the Huskers recorded eight steals. Offensively, Nebraska got 58 points from its big three of James Palmer Jr., Glynn Watson Jr. and Isaiah Roby. Palmer hit 8-of-13 shots en route to a game-high 24 points, while Watson scored 19 points and Roby added 15 points, six rebounds and three blocks. But the victory was a true team effort, as the Huskers got two points and a game-high nine rebounds from Tanner Borchardt, a career-high five points and four rebounds from Johnny Trueblood and four points, four rebounds and a career-high five steals from Thorir Thorbjarnarson.

Anthony Cowan led Maryland (22-10) with 18 points, while Darryl Morsell chipped in 14 points and Eric Ayala scored 12 points. Nebraska held first-team All-Big Ten pick Bruno Fernando to a season-low three points in 35 minutes.

Nebraska overcame a slow shooting start to put together a strong first half on both ends on its way to a 32-20 halftime lead. After missing its first six shots of the game, the Huskers went 11-of-18 the rest of the half, including hitting seven of their final nine shots. Defensively, Nebraska limited Maryland to 29 percent shooting in the first half and allowed just two field goals over the final nine minutes.

The Huskers went more than four minutes without a basket to open the game, but led 7-5 at the 14-minute mark after Watson scored five straight points. The lead then changed hands four times over the next two minutes before a 5-0 run put Nebraska ahead by four and Maryland responded with four straight points to tie the game at 14. After Maryland pulled even, Nebraska used a 13-2 run over the next six mix minutes to build a double-digit lead. The run began with six straight points and after a Maryland basket, the Huskers rattled off seven consecutive points. Nebraska pushed the lead to as many as 13, before a Watson jumper with 14 seconds left sent the Huskers into the locker room with a 12-point advantage.

Nebraska stretched the lead to 14 when Roby hit a 3-pointer less than a minute into the second half. But the Huskers missed their next 10 shots while going more than five minutes without scoring, and Maryland took advantage with nine straight points to pull within five at 35-30. That would be as close as the Terrapins would get the rest of the game, as Nebraska made 12 of its final 19 shots from that point. Nebraska immediately answered Maryland's 9-0 run with nine straight points of its own over the next two minutes to push the lead back to 14 with 11:50 remaining.

The Huskers had chances to extend their lead as Maryland had a six-minute stretch without a field goal, but Nebraska could not push the lead above 14. The Terrapins then scored five straight points in 14 seconds to cut the lead to nine, but the Huskers came back with five straight points of their own to build a 51-37 advantage with eight minutes remaining. Nebraska maintained at least a 10-point advantage until Maryland scored five straight points to cut the lead to 58-50 with four minutes to play. The lead was down to six until Trueblood grabbed an offensive rebound to keep a Husker possession alive, and Palmer drilled a 3-pointer to push the lead back to nine with 1:29 remaining. Nebraska had another three-point possession its next trip down the court to stretch the lead to 10 and put the game away. The Huskers hit six of their final eight shots to seal the win.





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The McCook Community College baseball team is moving its scheduled three-game series in Beatrice against Southeast Community College this weekend to Enid, Okla. That series will start with a double-header Saturday at 1 p.m., then a single nine-inning game Sunday at 1 p.m.

MCC Coach Jon Olsen said his team is scheduled to play at Colby Wednesday in a 3 p.m. game and while the weather looks favorable, he and other coaches are looking to add a second team to the date so three teams might each get in a pair of games. If that happens the game times would be moved up. The Indians’ three-game series at Trinidad State Junior College in Trinidad, Colo., March 23 and 24 have been moved up a day. MCC will now start that series Friday, March 22 with a 1 p.m. (MT) doubleheader and finish the series with a nine-inning-game Saturday, March 23.

Also the March 25 game with Garden City Community College has been cancelled and instead MCC will travel to Alva. Okla. to play Northeastern Oklahoma in a doubleheader. You can stay up to date with all MCC Indian Athletics including, scheduling changes, live-streaming games, news, photo galleries, and more at MCC Indians Athletics web page at:

https://mccindians.com/index.aspx?tab=baseball&path=baseball

 





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LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska football team practiced for a little over two hours on Wednesday morning in full pads inside the Hawks Championship Center. Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander spoke to the media after practice about how he thought his defense has looked during the second week of spring ball. "Today's workout, I thought the offense got up a little bit early and then we made a nice comeback," Chinander said. "The guys kind of huddled themselves together and got the energy up, and we started flying around. We finished practice really, really strong, and I think we're moving in the right direction." He went on to discuss the strides the defense has made and how far the unit has come since last spring.

"Even talking to some of the parents down there today, they noticed it," Chinander said. "It's faster-paced, it's cleaner. The guys know how to practice, they know how to transition from drill to drill, and we almost don't have to tell them. The stamina, maybe, is better. It was hard at first for these kids to get through practice the way we wanted them to and at the tempo we wanted...this year they are easily doing it. I think the strength and conditioning has a huge part in that with Coach [Zach] Duval. I think the tempo of practice is the most impressive thing right now." Chinander also talked about what has stood out to him about the defensive line. "It's a deep group right now," he said. "With the Davis brothers [Carlos and Khalil] and [Ben] Stille coming back, and now the two Daniels brothers [Damion and Darrion] and the addition of [Darrion]. There's just a ton of guys, but I really like the violence they're playing with up front, and they're really running to the football right now." Chinander sang the praises of Darrion Daniels, a graduate transfer from Oklahoma State, and explained what he brings to the defensive line. "I think he's brought some experience, he's brought some leadership," Chinander said. "He's not afraid to speak his mind and he does it in a proper manner. He's not trying to be the guy that comes in here [and says] 'I'm going to run this team right away.' By the way that he works, the way that he drills and the way he runs to the ball in practice, those guys are naturally starting to listen and follow along with him." The Huskers will continue their spring season with a morning practice on Friday. The annual Red-White Spring Game will be played on Saturday, April 13 at Memorial Stadium with kickoff set for 1 p.m. The game will be televised on the Big Ten Network with the Husker Sports Network providing live radio coverage.





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LINCOLN The Nebraska softball team (10-9) continues competition on the road this weekend when it travels back to the state of Kansas for the Rock Chalk Challenge, hosted by KU.Nebraska will play Tulsa and Kansas twice for a total of four games. On Saturday, Nebraska plays Tulsa at 11 a.m. followed by a game against Kansas at 1:30 p.m. On Sunday, Nebraska’s schedule is the same.

Last Time Out

 Nebraska looks to bounce back this weekend after being swept by Wichita State March 9-10 in Kansas. The Shockers outscored the Huskers, 23-8, over the three-game series and also pitched a no-hitter in game two of the series. Tristen Edwards led Nebraska over the weekend at the plate going 3-for-8 (.375) with one run, one homer and four RBIs.

Scouting Tulsa

 Tulsa enters the weekend with a 14-8 record. The Hurricane are coming off its best win of the season, after knocking off No. 14 Arkansas on Wednesday in its mid-week game. Tulsa topped the Razorbacks 2-1 in Arkansas. The Hurricane have won four of their last five games dating back to March 2. Tulsa is hitting .264 as a team. Julia Hollingsworth leads the team with a .468 average through 19 starts. She has a team high 29 hits and three triples. She also has 14 runs, which rank second on the team, one double and nine RBIs. Josie Muffley is also hitting above .400, with a .434 average. Muffley has made 20 starts and played in 21 games. She has a team-best 18 runs and also has 23 hits, six doubles, one homer and 12 RBIs. In the circle, Chenise Delce leads the Hurricane with an ERA of 1.84 through nine starts. She has a 5-3 record and has pitched a team-high 53.1 innings. She also has 44 strikeouts. Kassidy Scott (4-1) has an ERA of 2.86 and has pitched 44.0 innings, which ranks second on the team. She’s made five starts and 13 appearances and has a team-high three saves. She also has 28 strikeouts. Samantha Pochop (4-4) has pitched 37.2 innings, which ranks third on the team. However, Pochop has a team-high 46 strikeouts. She also has a two solo shutouts and a team-high four complete games. Pochop has an ERA of 2.97. As a team, Tulsa is fielding .945, averaging 1.6 errors a game. The Hurricane have given up 24 unearned runs this season.

Scouting Kansas

 Kansas enters the Rock Chalk Challenge with a 5-17 record. The Jayhawks are getting a full week off after their mid-week game against Omaha on Tuesday was rescheduled for next week due to weather. Most recently, KU hosted the Jayhawk Invitational March 8-10. Kansas went 1-3 over the weekend and had one game canceled. The Jayhawks defeated Maine but lost to Southeastern Missouri twice and UMKC. As a team, Kansas is hitting .251. Shelby Gayre, Madison Kykes and Brynn Minor are all hitting above .300. Gayre leads the way with a .383 average. She also has six runs, three doubles, two homers and 11 RBIs. Sykes leads the starters with a .368 average. She has a team-high 25 hits and 12 RBIs. She also has eight runs, four doubles and two home runs. Minor is hitting .321. She has nine hits, one run and five RBIs. A double threat, Minor also leads the KU pitching staff. She’s carried most of the load this season, pitching 71.0 innings - nearly half of the team’s total (142.2 innings). She’s made 15 appearances, including 10 starts and four complete games. She also has the team’s only shutout. Minor has a record of 2-9 and an ERA of 3.85. She also has 33 strikeouts and has KU’s two saves this season. Lexy Mills has seen the second-most action in the circle for the Jayhawks. However, she leads the team with 41 strikeouts. Mills has a 2-4 record and a 5.67 ERA. She’s pitched 33.1 innings, made 12 appearances and seven starts. She’s also pitched one complete game.

Follow the Huskers

 A live radio broadcast will be available on Huskers.com and the official Huskers App for all of Nebraska’s games this season. Fans can also follow the action on Twitter (@HuskerSoftball).

Wallace Making Moves

Freshman utility player Courntey Wallace has proved to be a valuable weapon for Nebraska at multiple positions. The Omaha, Neb., native has made 14 starts and has played in all but one game for Nebraska.
Wallace has made starts at four different positions this season, including pitcher (three starts), third base (five starts), designated player (five starts) and most recenlty, left field (one start). Wallace is one of two players to make starts at more than two positions this season and the only one to make starts at four positions.
Opponent Ties
The Huskers will see a familair face this weekend, as former Husker infielder Alexis Perry now plays for Tulsa. Perry made 57 starts and appeared in 66 games for Nebraska over two seasons. The Oklahoma native has started every game this season for Tulsa. Kansas pitcher/utility player Brynn Minor spent two seasons at Butler County Community College with current Husker pitcher Regan Mergele. The duo dominated the junior college ranks, helping Butler win back-to-back national titles in 2016 and 2017. In 2017, Mergele was named the NJCAA Division I Pitcher of the Year, while Minor was the NJCAA National Player of the Year.




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Tickets for the Nebraska vs. Colorado State spring volleyball match will go on sale Saturday in McCook. They will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the McCook Community College Graff Events Center, 401 E. M St. Tickets are $10 each, are limited to four per person and must be paid for with cash. They will only be sold to those ages 16 and up who provide identification. Anyone 2 or older must have a ticket to watch the game. Seating is general admission only. Tickets will be sold from the southeast ticket booth in the lobby of the Graff Events Center. The southeast doors to the building will open at 11 a.m. Due to the large amount of people expected, the ticket line will begin on the northeast corner of the Graff Events Center parking lot. Barricades will be set up along the east side of the building to help with organization, and MCC event staff will be on site to facilitate an orderly system for entry. In order to promote fairness and equal opportunity to all ticket buyers, saving places in line for large groups or cutting in line will not be allowed and will be monitored by college staff. There will be absolutely no entry to the Graff Events Center before ticket sales begin. Restrooms will be available across the street in McMillen Hall from 6 a.m. to 1p.m. Attached is a map of the lineup for Saturday morning.

 

The match is scheduled for 1 p.m. April 20.





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Former Cambridge Boys Basketball and Boys Track Head Coach Jimmy Blex is leaving Cambridge after the conclusion of the school year. Coach Jimmy Blex will head east where he will be the New Head Track and Assistant Boys Basketball Coach at Shelby-Rising City. Blex has been at Cambridge for the past nine years.





Jimmy Blex

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