(Hillsboro) The 65th annual Gene Steighorst Invitational came to a close Saturday with some Jefferson County battles on KJFF.
In the seventh-place game, the Hillsboro Hawks rolled by the Northwest Hawks 80-60.
Fresh off scoring 38 points in his last game, Hillsboro sophomore Noah Holland came back out firing.
Holland was the Applebee’s of Farmington Player of the Game with 25 points as Hillsboro improved to 2-4.
But Hawks head coach Dan Johnson said it mattered that plenty of other players had offensive success.
Northwest falls to 0-3.
In the consolation game, a huge second half helped the Festus Tigers cruise by the Windsor Owls 83-58.
Both offense and defense were clicking after the Tigers only lead by 8 at the break.
4 players were in double figures for the Tigers, lead by Cole Rickermann’s 18 points.
Festus jumped to 3-2, and Tigers head coach Jason Therrell said more energy made a difference.
Windsor dropped to 3-3.
In the third-place game, the Seckman Jaguars knocked off the DeSoto Dragons 65-45.
The Jaguars played a complete game.
Allen Grahovic’s 15 points lead the way as Seckman moved to 2-1.
Jaguars head coach Travis Williams said his offense has a lot of options.
DeSoto fell to 2-4.
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