McDonald County used five points from sophomores Cooper Reece and Blake Gravette right before halftime to cut a 20-7 deficit into a respectable 20-12 score at halftime.

McDonald County used five points from sophomores Cooper Reece and Blake Gravette right before halftime to cut a 20-7 deficit into a respectable 20-12 score at halftime.
Brandon McAdams’ free throw gave the Mustangs the first point of the second half, but then Neosho put the guests away with a 17-0 run, culminated by Lucas Kibler’s old-fashioned three-point play with 2 minutes, 11 seconds remaining in the third quarter.

Read the complete story in the Jan. 29 print edition of the Neosho Daily News.