LeBlond Tops Benton in Savannah Tournament

Golden Eagles knock off the Cardinals 59-54

Posted: Nov 27, 2017 10:58 PM
Updated: Nov 27, 2017 11:00 PM


The Bishop LeBlond Golden Eagles led 33-24 over the Benton Cardinals at the halftime break in the 89th Savannah Tournament and held on for a 59-54 win on Monday night.

Benton was able to take command heading into the fourth quarter, thanks to a 14-3 run in the third, but couldn't close the deal.

Benton is back in action on Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m. against Chillicothe, while LeBlond will take Tuesday off and get ready for Chillicothe on Wednesday.

Other Scores:

Savannah Tournament:

Bishop LeBlond (Girls) 18 - Chillicothe 48

Staley 52 (Girls) - Central (JV) 10

Platte Valley Invitational:

Union Star (Boys) 17 - SJC 77

N.E. Nodaway (Girls) 42 - SJC 33

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