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Otis-Bisons Tammen ties classic record in girls fourth-place game
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LARNED — The Otis-Bison High School girls’ basketball team fell to Kinsley to finish in fourth place at the Keady Basketball Classic on Saturday.
Janel Tammen led the Lady Cougars (1-3) with a career-high 28 points, tying the classic record for most points scored in a single girls game held by Audra Binford of Haviland, who set the record in 2004 and tied it in 2005, along with Imelda Meza of Lewis, who tied the record in 2004, and Smantha Horacek of Hanston, who tied the record in 2005.
Kinsley’s Brittany Gleason and Alisen Habiger each scored 18 points to lead their team.

Otis-Bison 55,
Spearville 23

LARNED — It was a six-point game at the half, but Otis-Bison pulled away by outscoring Spearville 34-8 in the second half to finish in seventh place at the Keady Basketball Classic on Saturday.
The Cougars (2-2) were led by Dylan Wissman, who scored 19 points including four 3-pointers.
Zach Stejskal added 13 points, including three 3-pointers,  as the Cougars finished with seven goals from beyond the arc.

Kiowa County 58,
Macksville 40

LARNED — Macksville trailed 20-18 at halftime, but Kiowa County outscored it 14-8 in the third quarter to start pulling away in the seventh-place game at the Keady Basketball Classic on Saturday.
The Lady Mustangs were led by Keira Parr, who scored 19 points. Mindy Wood added six points.
Macksville (0-4) is back in action when it hosts Kiowa County on Friday night.