Licking Wildcats vs. Stoutland

Photo By Shari Harris
Senior G.T. Nicholson scores against Stoutland. 
He exceeded the 1000 career point mark during this game.
 By Shari Harris,
Photo By Shari Harris
Wilson Murray shoots from 
three-point range in the Stoutland game.
The Licking Wildcats rolled over the Stoutland Tigers Tuesday, Dec. 18 in the last home game before Christmas. The Wildcats got off to an early lead, outscoring the Tigers 25-7 in the first quarter. Senior G.T. Nicholson hit his 1000th career point as a Wildcat in the second quarter. LHS amassed a 48-point lead by the half, with a score of 58-10.
  Stoutland hit several three pointers in the second half, but the Wildcat scoring didn’t miss a beat. By the end of the third, they were up 85-31. Coach Glasgow relied heavily on his bench for the fourth quarter, with the starters cheering them on as they neared the 100-point mark for the game. The final seconds of the game escaped the Wildcats before they were able to hit one final shot. They finished the game with a still very impressive score of 98-33.
  As of Dec. 17, the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association ranked the Licking Wildcats sixth in Missouri Class 3 schools.


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