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Lenox Tiger Fall Sports

By Tyler Peterson
The Lenox Tiger basketball teams were back in action twice this past week against non-conference opponent Griswold at home on Thursday the 5th, and on the road at Pride of Iowa foe Nodaway Valley on Friday the 6th.
Thursday it was all Tigers in both the girls and boys contests. The Lenox girls scored 23 points in the first quarter and never looked back taking down the ‘blue’ Tigers from Griswold 63-26 to start 2023 with a big ‘W.’ As a team the Tigers shot 40% from the floor, 40% from beyond the arch, 50% from the free-throw line, and committed just ten total turnovers.

Friday night the Lenox Tigers girls and boys basketball teams were back in action this time the Tigers were on the road at Pride of Iowa Conference Nodaway Valley.
The favorite to win the POI on the ladies side, Nodaway Valley, lived up to the hype taking down our visiting Tigers 79-41.

Cadence Douglas with one of her 8 rebounds in the Tigers’ win over Griswold. (photo by Meg Barker)

Sadie Cox works for her shot in the 2nd half of the Tigers’ win over Griswold Thursday night.  Cox finished with a double-double, scoring 19 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. (photo by Meg Barker)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Tyler Peterson
It was much the same in the boys game against Griswold last Thursday evening. Lenox took an early 16-8 lead in the first quarter, extended that lead to 40-8 at halftime with a great offensive and defensive effort, outscored Griswold 23-5 again in the third quarter, and closed things out in the fourth to win 68-16. As a team the boys were 28/48 from two, 8/18 from three, outrebounded Griswold by double-digits, had 15 steals, and committed just eleven total turnovers.

The Lenox boys had their best offensive game of the season, and as far back as I can remember, Friday night against the Wolverines. The Tigers dropped 91 points to defeat Nodaway Valley 91-85. Lenox had four in double-figures, and senior Keaton England led the way for the Tigers with a double-double dropping a season high 23 points, dishing out ten assists, and grabbing seven boards.

Carter Reed hits a three in the 2nd quarter of Thursday night’s win against Griswold. (photo by Meg Barker)

Walon Cook drives in for the layup in the first quarter of the Tigers’ win over Griswold Thursday night.  Cook finished the game with 7 points. (photo by Meg Barker)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Tyler Peterson
Lenox @ CD Triangular
January 5
Dylan Stein 132-
Win by fall against Holden Heard (Woodward-Granger)
Win by fall against Cord Hamilton (CD)
Chase England 138-
Lost by fall against Peyton Nixon (Woodward-Granger)
Win by fall against Cooper Horton (CD)
Daysen Gregg 145-
Lost by fall against Jayden Flugge-Smith (Woodward-Granger)
Lost by fall against Cody Morgan (CD)
Trenton Beck 160-
Win by decision against Brayden Simons (Woodward-Granger)
Win by forfeit against (CD)
Jj England 170-
Lost by fall against Terrin Lawerance (Woodward- Granger)
(182) win by fall against Cutler Frisbie (CD)
Jake Cox 195-
Win by decision against Kolby Fagarty (Woodward-Granger)
Win by forfeit against (CD)
Xavier Adamson 220-
Win by fall against Thomas Skalicky (Woodward-Granger)
Win by forfeit against (CD)
Jace Smith 285-
Win by fall against Alexander Kasner (Woodward-Granger)
Win by forfeit against (CD)
Lenox Triangular
January 3
Dylan Stein 132-
Win by fall against Ben Brenzier (MSTM)
Win by injury default against Bradley Gebbie (NV)
Chase England 138-
Win by fall against Christian Choate (MSTM)
Win by fall against Matt Nelson (NV)
Daysen Gregg 152-
Lost by fall against Colt Slocum (NV)
Lost by fall against Riley Nichols (MSTM)
Trenton Beck 160-
Lost by fall against Sampson Henson (MSTM)
Win by fall against Aidan Kuster (NV)
Jj England 170-
Win by forfeit against (NV)
Jake Cox 195-
Win by forfeit against (MSTM)
Win by fall against Aidan Goetz (NV)
Xavier Adamson 220-
Win by forfeit against (MSTM)
Lost by fall against Ashton Honnold (NV)
Jace Smith 285-
Win by fall against Gunner Homer (MSTM)
Lost by fall against Trenton Warner (NV)
Lenox at Coon Rapids Bayard Tournament
January 7
Team placing 4th
Dylan stein 132-
Win by decision against Jackson Pettegrew (Creston)
Win by fall against Lincoln Keeler (Creston)
Lost by decision against Kolton Keller (Saydel)
Chase England 138-
Win by fall against Kase Coleman (Bedford)
Win by fall against Brayden Chester (CAM)
Lost by decision against Brandon Briley (Creston)
Trenton Beck 160-
Lost by fall against Braiden Beane (WCV)
Win by fall against Caden Cook (CRB)
Win by fall against Wyatt Mernka (SCC)
Lost by fall against Brian South (CAM)
Win by decision against Carson Rieck (Creston)
Jj England 170-
Win by fall against Nicky Embry (Saydel)
Win by fall against Izaak Dukes (Bedford)
Lost by TF against Kaedon Lindsay (WCV)
Win by decision against Levi Evonski (SCC)
Lost by fall against Owen Hoover (CAM)
Jake Cox 195- Champion
Win by fall against Gunner Nammanny (CAM)
Win by fall against Bennett Lund (Saydel)
Win by fall against Daniel Melody (SCC)
Win by fall against Jacob Meshek (CRB)
Tiger Pride!

Dylan pins his Martensdale-St Marys opponent in the 2nd period (3:37.6) last Tuesday night. (photo by Meg Barker)

At 285, Jace Smith won a 5-0 decision over MSM in the Lenox dual on Tuesday night. (photo by Colleen Larimer)

Chase England looks to the coach for advice in his match on Tuesday night against Martensdale-St. Mary. Chase won by fall in 1:41. (photo by Colleen Larimer)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lenox fourth and fifth graders had the court for a few minutes on Thursday night and showed what they are learning in basketball practices.

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