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Basketball: Top seeds advance at Y

Top-seeded Moe's Contracting/Cornerstone Liquor took care of business in their first playoff game with an 84-46 victory over Nisswa Marine. John Hoge scored 22 points and Dusty Parker added 18 for Moe's. Tim Johnson led Nisswa with 14 points and ...

Top-seeded Moe's Contracting/Cornerstone Liquor took care of business in their first playoff game with an 84-46 victory over Nisswa Marine.

John Hoge scored 22 points and Dusty Parker added 18 for Moe's. Tim Johnson led Nisswa with 14 points and Jack Wawro finished with 11 points and nine rebounds.

Nisswa Marine remained alive, however, as they topped No. 10 seeded Wheeler Appraisals, who forfeited.

No. 2 seeded Justin, Clasen and Company eliminated Shep's with a 95-83 win. Anthony Kelley Jr. dropped 33 points in the win followed by Jake Freeman's 29 points and 13 rebounds.

Braeden Wangness posted 27 points and five boards and Jordan Hunstad scored 21 points in the loss.

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Also eliminated was Grayden Outdoors, who fell to No. 5 seeded 9th St. Social Club 62-40. Tony Tideman scored 16 points and Clinton Strother added 12 points and eight rebounds for 9th St. Brett Fredrickson scored 12 and Malik Young 11 in the loss.

No. 4 seeded Lakewood Health did tag a loss on 9th St. by the score of 51-49. Craig Wolhowe finished with 17 points and Chad Brever added 12 for Lakewood, while George Washington finished with 23 points and nine rebounds and Geoff Sheflo scored eight in the loss.

Darsean Woodson scored 27 points and Matt Pecarich added eight to lead No. 3 seeded Lakes Chiropractic to a 56-54 win over No. 6 seeded Holiday Inn Express.

Jacob Ali tallied 18 points and eight rebounds and Noah Champion scored 18 points in the loss.

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