Boys' Basketball
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Everything is easy until it isn’t.  more
With no action on Tuesday, Friday night’s boys’ basketball game had to live up to the week of hype. more
Winning twice in one week is pretty nice, but why stop there?  more
Great players in a flow make the game look easy, and Kyler Gerardy played the part Friday night. The Clinton River Kings had no reign over Gerardy as he was able to get any look he wanted and put the ball in the basket with ease. more
January is a big month for North Scott sports, and perhaps none are more important than boys' and girls' wrestling with the MAC championships beginning in a few weeks. more
It’s said that basketball is a make-or-miss game, and that’s exactly what transpired last Tuesday (Dec. 20) in Bettendorf’s gym. more
It was smooth sailing during the North Scott girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball doubleheader last Tuesday (Dec. 13) at Davenport Central, as both squads cruised to easy victories. more
In a playoff-type environment, fans were treated to playoff-type drama. more
In North Scott boys’ basketball team’s only home game in November and December this season, they made the most of each minute. more
It took a few extra minutes, but North Scott’s boys’ basketball team opened its season with a hard-earned, 58-56 road win in overtime against Western Dubuque last Tuesday (Nov 29). more
Thanksgiving is history and Christmas is in the air, and the winds of change are also blowing through North Scott’s boys’ basketball program. more
North Scott's girls' basketball team will unofficially open the season by hosting Dubuque Hempstead in Friday night's 7:30 p.m. Hall of Pride Scrimmage. The Lancer boys will host the Mustangs in a Hall of Pride Scrimmage on Tuesday. more
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