The Galena Bears hosted the Exeter Tigers in a Girls/Boys double header on Tuesday night.  The Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Bears, 56-44, while the Bears defeated the Tigers, 59-40. 
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      The Galena Bears hosted the Exeter Tigers in a Girls/Boys double header on Tuesday night.  The Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Bears, 56-44, while the Bears defeated the Tigers, 59-40.   In the girls’ contest, Exeter’s Mikayla Meyer
      Exeter knocked off Galena behind Mikayla Meyer's 29 points.
      The Galena boys won the first game of coach Derek Wilson's tenure on Tuesday.
      The Branson girls knock off Glendale behind 21 points from Ashley Forrest.
      The Lady Yellowjackets held off Strafford for the win.
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      It was a trio of Greenwood standouts who led the way for a rout of Purdy on Tuesday night, lifting the curtain on the 2014-15 Blue Jays season in an emphatic manner. Sophomore Julius Walker, along with forwards Adam Brock and Wesley Bergen, combined to
      On paper, Blue Eye looked to be the dominant team Tuesday night at New Covenant Academy.  Nine of their ten players were taller than every NCA player and all ten of the Bulldogs were seniors.  Not only did the Bulldogs look good on paper, they l
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