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Maconaquah offense remains hot in win over Taylor

UP-AND-OVER: Maconaquah’s Chance Hagan (20) goes over a defender on an attempted layup during Tuesday night’s non-conference boys’ basketball game at Taylor. Hagan helped the Braves get off to a hot start, scoring eight of his 10 points in the opening quarter as the visitors won their fourth game in five outings with an 88-76 win over the Titans.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com CENTER – Playing a fourth game in five days might have been a stretch too far for Maconaquah earlier in the 2018-19 boys’ basketball season. Tuesday night proved to be a continuation of the prior night at Northfie

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Maconaquah sees off late Northfield rally

ANCHOR DOWN: Maconaquah’s Bryce Ward (C) drives into the heart of the Northfield defense late in Monday night’s rescheduled TRC boys’ basketball game. Ward led all scorers with 24 points, including six points in a late 11-0 run, that helped the Braves keep the Norsemen at bay in a 68-58 win.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com WABASH – Maconaquah started off the final week of the boys’ basketball season a little earlier than originally planned as the team traveled to Northfield for a TRC makeup game from last week. The Braves fired out

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Huskies spoil Senior Night at Peru

WHERE DO WE GO: Peru’s DJ Fuller (11) assesses his options with the Hamilton Heights defense closing in during Saturday night’s Senior Night boys basketball game. Fuller led the Tigers with 11 points in the 71-44 loss to the Huskies.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com Senior Night at the Tig-Arena saw Peru welcome in Hamilton Heights Saturday night for the first time since the end of the 2014-15 season. The Huskies showed their intent to spoil the celebrations early as AJ Field scored 11 o

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Maconaquah holds off Manchester

LIFTED: Maconaquah’s Bryce Ward (Back) goes over the top of two Manchester defenders for a jumper during Friday night’s TRC boys’ basketball game. Ward ledall scorers with 19 points, including the go-ahead basket when the game was tied at 49-49, along with two critical late free throws to help the Braves win their second conference game of the year 55-52 over the Squires.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com Manchester had left it late in a couple of different TRC boys’ basketball games this season yet had found ways to get the wins they needed to stay near the top of the conference standings. At Maconaquah Friday, the Squi

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