Cardinal News Edition #12
The Freshmen boys lost their opening game but bounced back and won their next two games of the Richmond Freshmen Tourney, winning the Consolation.
On 2/2, all three levels hosted Trenton. Varsity and JV both grabbed wins over the Bulldogs, Freshmen lost a close one.
The JV got 3rd in the Lawson JV Tournament after losing to Excelsior Springs then beating Lexington.
On 2/5, the Varsity and JV hosted Hamilton in a big KCI Conference showdown. The boys were able to use a huge 3rd quarter to pick up a 81-72 win over the Hornets. JV also won, 53-25.
On 2/6, the Cards played Richmond and were able to jump out to an early lead and never looked back, beating the Spartans 54-42.
On 2/8, JV and Freshmen both picked up wins over North Platte.
On 2/9, the Varsity traveled to North Platte to take on a tough Panther squad. The boys were able to come out with a 52-48 victory.
Tanner Smith and Kevin Schmitz employ fundamentals in boxing out Richmond in their win on 2/6 in Lawson
Max Ross rises up over a Richmond defender
Cody Glenn employing touch through the lane versus Richmond on 2/6
On 2/2, the JV and Varsity traveled to Trenton. Both teams battled against a tough Bulldog team but came up short, losing to Trenton, 39-57 and 16-31.
The JV got second in the Lawson JV Tournament after beating Lexington in the opening round and then losing in the championship game.
On 2/5, the JV and Varsity hosted Hamilton. The Lady Cards had a back and forth game throughout but ended up losing to the Lady Hornets, 57-62. JV got a big win over the Hornets, 51-32.
On 2/6, the Varsity hosted Richmond. The Lady Cardinals fell to the Lady Spartans, 17-43. On 2/9, the Varsity and JV traveled to North Platte for games against an always tough North Platte team. Both teams lost to the Panthers by scores of 29-56 and 27-34.
The JV and Varsity girls made up a weather related rescheduled contest with Summit Christian Academy in Lawson on 2/10. The JV girls were victorious by a score of 37-22 followed by a varsity win of 45-35.
Carley Chancellor boxes out a Lathrop Lady Mule in the Lawson JV Tournament
Mikayla Green tips the ball to start the game versus Trenton
Hayley Rash reacts to a shot versus Trenton on 2/2
On 1/28, the wrestlers traveled to Chillicothe for a dual. The boys picked up a win over Lathrop but ended up losing to Chillicothe. On 2/1, Lawson competed in the Benton Dual Tournament. They beat Savannah, VanHorn, Lafayette, Moberly, and Benton to grab a first place finish.
This past weekend Lexington Duals results are below:
Lawson 37 Lexington 36
Lawson 72 Wentworth 12
Lawson 46 Trenton 24
Lawson 42 Marceline 36
1st Place as a team
Class 1 District 3 Wrestling Tournament begins this week....IN LAWSON!
***No Passes are accepted for MSHSAA championship events.