Bobcats claim district crown


LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Tough 'D' • Michael Koenig applies pressure on Perkins' County's Ryder Potts during first-quarter action at the Feb. 27 district final. Summerland won, 65-34.

In what may have been the most complete game they've played this season, the Summerland boys' team knew when to apply pressure and make it count.

The Bobcats dismantled Perkins County, 65-34, in the C2-6 district final, played Feb. 27 at Kearney Catholic.

The Bobcats took a 12-10 lead after the first quarter and went on an unmatched scoring spree in the second and third quarters to secure the win and a trip to the state tournament.

Coach Brett Kaczor said, "The district game was the most complete game we have played this year. Our intensity and effort on defense made our offense come easily. B...

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