Alec Dreckman

Posted On: 12/9/20 10:20 AM

Lynx continue to roll

Council Bluffs Lincoln finished off Council Bluffs Jefferson with ease last night, and did so with their immense depth and institutional experience. It was a duel between the undefeated and the winless, and it remained that way after the 92-39 drubbing. The team had an effective field goal percentage of 55% (anything above 50% usually qualifies as a good team shooting performance).The Lynx have only juniors and seniors on their varsity team, which has proven to be a significant advantage in the early part of the season. Their leading scorer, Josh DixJoshDix6'3" | SGCouncil Bluffs Lincoln | 2022State#250NationIA, is averaging over 18 points a game, but their whole lineup can step in and hit timely shots. It is a team of veterans with a clearly defined identity, and the hierarchy is acknowledged and accepted from the coach down to the end of the bench.

Grinnell wins it overtime

The game of the night award goes to Grinnell @ Clear Creek-Amana. The top performer was Grinnell big man Owen CoffmanOwenCoffman6'8" | CGrinnell | 2021StateIA, who finished with 19 points and 11 rebounds, both game-highs. It was almost all overshadowed by two crucial misses. With time running down and the score knotted at 56,

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