The Trojans were bounced from the 2014 Region 5 tournament by the Bismarck Shiloh Christian Skyhawks, 66-36, in the tournaments’ opening game.
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The Turtle Lake-Mercer Mc-Clusky Trojans were defeated by the Bismarck Shiloh Christian Skyhawks, 66-36, in the first quarter final game of the Region 5 tournament held at Mandan High School Monday afternoon.
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The Trojans girls team defeated Washburn 39-33 in a region qualifying game Mon-day night. The Trojans will face Bismarck Shiloh Christian in the 3 o’clock game Monday March 10 at Mandan High School.
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The girls wrapped up their regular season with a 61-10 win over the Drake/Anamoose Raiders Friday night. But, earlier in the week, they were beaten by the Coyotes from Grant County 54-37 and by the number one state-ranked undefeated, defending state champion Bishop Ryan Lions: 85-24. The Lions are on a 47-game winning streak.
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For the first time in over a decade, the Trojans will not advance to the Region V tournament as the Trojans boys basketball season came to a screeching halt Saturday night when they were defeated by the Center/Stanton Wildcats 53-46 in a region qualifying game.
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The Trojans took from the Underwood Comets on the Trojans’ home court Tuesday night.
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The Trojans were in Center Monday and Tuesday for district games. Monday night the boys defeated the Wildcats 64-56 and on Tuesday the girls defeated the Wildcats 65-44.
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The sports co-op meeting was held after the TLMM and Un-derwood game Tuesday January 21st at Turtle Lake-Mercer High School. Member schools present were Underwood, McClusky and Turtle-Mercer.
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Harvey Wells/County Hornets split with the Trojans Saturday afternoon on the Trojans’ home court. The Hornets won the girls contest 63-45 and the Trojans took the boys 61-60.
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