Posted On: 01/11/21 1:05 AM

The Mid-America Center hosted the 15th annual MAC Shootout this weekend, pitting several teams along the Iowa-Nebraska border against one another. These were players who performed best at the guard position:

Austin Schubert - Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson

Not blessed with the best touch or skill, Austin is forced to rely on his strength and control to make his mark on the court. He is a stout guard, and scored 17 points against Nebraska City largely thanks to his weight displacing defenders. He has a good handle of the basketball, which made it even more difficult for his opponents to bother him and disturb his path. He was able create several open looks from three by collapsing the defense.

Josh DixJoshDix6'3" | SGCouncil Bluffs Lincoln | 2022State#250NationIA - Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln

Dix found himself and his team down 23 points to Bellevue West in the third quarter. The Thunderbirds athleticism and length were overwhelming the Lynx, until Dix settled in in the second half to make this a game. Abraham Lincoln was able to force some misses, and Dix took the ball and went off running in transition. He has excellent speed at his size, and created some easy buckets for his team

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