Massive Fourth Quarter Secures Moberly Courtwarming Sweep

A big fourth quarter by the Moberly boys helped secure a courtwarming sweep of Harrisburg with a 78-65 win Friday night. Harrisburg jumped out to a 12-4 lead and held the advantage most of the game. Moberly cut the deficit to three in the first, four in the second and one in the third but the Bulldogs pulled away each time. Moberly finally broke through early in the final frame.

Austin Ward with the call on Superstation KRES and The Spartans poured on from there…

Harrisburg was powered by a 34-point performance from Trace Combs.

Moberly outscored the Bulldogs 27-11 in the fourth. BJ Godreau led the team with 24 points. Cameron Doubrava added 19 and Mason Bivins finished with 12. Coach Brett Boyer was happy with how his team adjusted defensively after giving up 26 points in the first quarter.

Harrisburg’s largest lead was 11 in that first frame. Coach Kyle Fisher thought his offense lacked down the stretch.

Moberly moves to 8-8 and Harrisburg falls to 9-7.

The Lady Spartans trailed for much of the first quarter with Asa Fanning in early foul trouble before pulling away for a 67-33 victory. Fanning finished with 20 points. Grace Billington hit five threes and scored a game-high 24. Coach Tony Vestal…

Emma Fischer led the Lady Bulldogs with nine points. Coach Ryan Richardson was proud of the effort.

Moberly is now 14-2 while Harrisburg drops to 8-7.


Moberly boys coach Brett Boyer:

Harrisburg boys coach Kyle Fisher:

Moberly girls coach Tony Vestal:

Harrisburg girls coach Ryan Richardson: