Maple Valley Looks to Build Momentum Heading into Postseason

 

TOWER CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com)- Just 3 games remain in the regular season for The Maple Valley boys’ basketball. The Raiders started the season winning their first 13 games before dropping 2 in row, falling to Wyndmere/Lidgerwood 60-31 before getting edged by Tri-State 58-53.

After seeing their wining streak come to an end, coach Jay Kocka felt the team showed some resilience

 

Maple Valley got back on the winning track last Friday with a 62-38 home victory against Central Cass. Tuesday they remain at home for a non region game with  Medina-Pingree/Buchanan. The Thunder are just 2-14 on the season.

Kocka says for The Raiders to get the win they will have to control the pace of the game

 

Tuesday’s game can be heard on Q101 and NewsDakota.com.Tip-off is at 7:30 with pregame around 7:15.


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