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York wins both in Friday’s rivalry game with Seward | KTIC Radio

York wins both in Friday’s rivalry game with Seward

York wins both in Friday’s rivalry game with Seward

(York, NE)  In girls high school basketball action Friday night in York, the Class B 7th-rated Dukes knocked off the Seward Lady Jays 51-34, to close out their regular season at 17-3. York led throughout, building a 15-7 first quarter advantage, which they extended to 30-20 at halftime, then cruised to the 17 point victory. Senior Maddie Portwine led the Dukes with 18 game-high points, while juniors Masa Scheierman and Destiny Shepherd added 9 apiece. Seward, now 6-16, was led by junior Hanna Benedict’s 12 points. The two teams will square off again Monday at 5:30 p.m. in a Class B-6 subdistrict game at York.

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In boys play, the York Dukes followed a similar script as they led wire to wire, and pulled away late for a 56-40 win over Seward. York led by 10 points after the first quarter, and Seward could get no closer than 4 the rest of the way. York (5-14) was led by senior Matt Haggadone, who scored a game-high 23 points, including 9 in the final period. Senior Jake Erwin was also in double figures with 15 points for the Dukes. Junior Sam Schroeder scored 10 for the Bluejays (7-15) . Junior Leighton Limback and sophomore Drew Covalt each added 8 points for Seward.

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