Boys' Basketball
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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
OK, be honest. If you saw this one coming, raise your hand. Really, it’s OK. There’s no harm in admitting you didn’t expect North Scott to be playing in its fifth straight substate final. more
Now that’s what high school basketball is all about! more
When Shamus Budde gathers his North Scott basketball team around the locker room whiteboard this week, there’s only one word he has to script out. more
There’s definitely something to be said for home cooking, and it’s a good thing the Lancers will most likely be in their own kitchen when the postseason rolls around. more
Oh, what a difference a week can make. more
As is usually the case when Class 4A boys' basketball substate fields are announced, North Scott finds itself smack dab in the middle of an interesting foray. more
When you can’t make baskets, it’s tough to win games, and North Scott saw that situation play out in spades last week as the Lancers missed a golden opportunity to inject themselves back into the MAC championship conversation. more
There were two basic problems for the Lancer boys’ basketball team in Friday night’s rematch with the Pleasant Valley Spartans: offense and defense. Add that the Spartans were white-hot shooting when it mattered most, and it added up to a 51-33 defeat for the Lancers, Coach Shamus Budde's most lopsided loss in recent memory. more
Consider it lesson learned for North Scott. more
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