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Game Of The Week: Middleton bests La Follette

Published On: Jan 14 2014 09:51:11 PM CST


Tuesday's bad weather didn't stop high school hoops fans from enjoying Big 8 Conference action as Middleton traveled to La Follette for our Prep Mania Game of the Week. Middleton rallied from a seven point halftime deficit to win 57-55.

The Lancers came out hot in the first half with JJ Collins hitting a late three to push the Lancers lead to seven. 

In the second half though, the Cardinals grabbed the upper hand. Max Oelerich hit a shot in the paint that gave Middleton the lead. Oelerich had 15 points for the Cardinals. 

With the win, Middleton improves to 5-5 in the Big 8, while La Follette falls to 5-5. 

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