The Bevier girls and the Keytesville boys each picked up a victory in their final games of 2019. The Bevier Lady Wildcats were victorious 50-42 over Keytesville, while the Keytesville boys rolled past Bevier 45-16 Friday night. The girls game was a tight affair throughout. While they trailed most of the game, Keytesville was able to tie the game at 40-40 on a basket by Madison Brashear. However, the Lady Wildcats delivered a swift answer courtesy of their leading scorer, Jadyn Cole.
Colin Schowe with the call on 99.9 The Captain and centralmoinfo.com. Cole would make the ensuing free throw as she finished with 19 points to lead Bevier to the victory. Kandace Inskip was also in double figures for the Lady Wildcats with 12 points. Bevier coach Kyle Dill said it took a team effort to get the win.
Bevier improves to 2-7 with the win while Keytesville drops to 0-7. The Lady Tigers were led in the game by Madison Brashear with a game-high 20 points, despite having an injury scare early in the third quarter. Keytesville coach Novy Foland says Brashear is beginning to step up on the floor.
In the boys game, Keytesville started fast and never relented in a 45-16 romp over Bevier. The Tigers led 14-2 at the end of the first quarter and steadily added to the lead. One of Bevier’s top offensive threats, Kade Shaver, was held to just 2 points. Keytesville coach Michael Draper said the defense was spectacular.
Austin McKinstry led Keytesville with 15 points and Evan Craig chipped in 10 points while dominating the paint and defensive glass as well. Caleb Rhoads led Bevier with 10 points, which represented Bevier’s entire second half offensive output. Bevier coach A.J. Hoskam said they just couldn’t get anything going offensively.
Bevier falls to 3-6 on the season, while Keytesville wins their third straight to improve to 6-2.
Keytesville girls coach Novy Foland
Bevier girls coach Kyle Dill
Keytesville boys coach Michael Draper
Bevier boys coach A.J. Hoskam