Boys' Basketball
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North Scott’s boys’ basketball team knew it would be in for a tough battle Friday night in The Pit against unbeaten and No. 2 state-ranked Pleasant Valley. Nevertheless, the opportunity for upset was on players’ minds. more
After an uncharacteristic four-game losing streak that spanned the holiday break, it appears that North Scott’s boys’ basketball team may be trending in the right direction, and just in the nick of time. more
Coach Budde’s Lancers put together a solid performance to defeat a good Davenport West squad Thursday, Jan. 13 at The Pit. The Falcons had won three in a row, over Bettendorf, Davenport Central and Clinton, and lost a 1-point heartbreaker to Davenport North, 60-59, on Jan. 7. more
Losses are always difficult to swallow, but if lessons are learned, progress is made, and you get a chance to lace up the sneakers a few days later to make amends, life isn’t all bad. more
The calendar has flipped to 2022, and although the postseason is still more than a month away, North Scott’s athletic teams are in a situation where it’s time to improve their regular-season résumés. more
Ouch! Heading into Christmas with a loss is tougher than eating Grandma’s rock-hard fruitcake, but dealing with that is how the Lancers will have to spend the holidays. more
The Christmas break couldn’t come soon enough for North Scott’s boys’ basketball team, and after playing five games in 11 days, the Lancers are ready for a reboot. more
Shamus Budde was right. There’s no need to push the panic button. It’s a long season, and one lopsided loss isn’t worth worrying about. more
A win is a win, and North Scott kicked off the 2021-22 season with a typical season-opening performance that resulted in a 47-40 home victory over Western Dubuque on Tuesday (Nov. 30). more
Usually, when late November rolls around, it’s simply “reload” time for North Scott’s boys’ basketball team. That’s not necessarily the case this year. Yes, there may be growing pains. more
The exposure of another trip to the state tournament paid dividends for North Scott’s girls’ basketball team in terms of individual recognition, and the Lancer boys’ team also reaped the benefits of another successful season. more
Success is measured by more than wins and losses, and perhaps that’s why coach Shamus Budde spent zero seconds dissecting North Scott’s 62-40 Class 4A substate final loss to Dubuque Senior on Tuesday, March 2. more
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