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St. John Tigers crush Centralia for third place

HAYS – One day after pushing the eventual state champion South Gray, the St. John Tigers showed why they were the second-best basketball in Class 1A Division 1.
The Tigers showed off perfect offensive teamwork with 15 assists and 55 percent shooting off 27 of 49 field goals. The Tigers held Centralia to 37 percent shooting.
The Tigers buried Centralia 81-49 behind a dominating performance from Chase Fisher, who scored 23 points with a trio of 3-pointers. Also scoring in double figures were Tanner Halling (12), Mason Osborne (11) and Quincy Smith (10).
Osborne continued his late-season excellence with six assists ...

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