CHS JV boys win
Concordia used balanced scoring to defeat Riley County 48-30 in junior varsity boys' basketball play Tuesday night.
Jace Coppoc, Chase Streeter and Brennen Acree scored nine points each for Concordia.
Manny Mares added eight points.
Concordia led the game 10-4 after one quarter of play.
The Panthers outscored the Falcons 13-5 in the second stanza to go up 23-9 at halftime.
Concordia added 13 points in the third quarter, and gave up 10, to make it 36-19.
The Panthers scored 12 points in the final period to 11 for Riley County.
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