Lomega Girls, Glencoe Boys Win State Title

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The Lomega girl's basketball team won the Class B state title with a 52-39 win over Coyle on Saturday, March 7.

The win gives Lomega their fourth state title in nine years.

Lomega led by six points at half before building their lead in the after intermission and cruised to the school's twelfth girl's basketball title.

This year's title gives Lomega the lead for the most state titles, 12, for one school in girl's basketball.

Maci Mendell led the way for Lomega with a game high 24 points.

Shilah Young paced Coyle with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

The Glencoe boy's basketball won the Class A boys state title by beating Thomas-Fay-Custer 64-56.

The win gave Glencoe their third straight state title and fourth overall.

Thomas-Fay-Custer led by one at the start of the fourth quarter before Glencoe rallied in the final period for the win.

The game featured seven ties and 15 lead changes.

Glencoe senior Ty Lazenby had a game high 33 points.

Chezden Nease went shot for shot with Lazenby in certain stretches of the game and led Thomas-Fay-Custer with 23 points.

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