Boys' Basketball
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When longtime North Scott boys’ basketball coach Shamus Budde announced his retirement earlier this year, he was quick to mention there were any number of people on his staff who could fill his shoes. more
North Scott junior Drew Kilburg was the one Lancer who landed a spot on the all-Mississippi Athletic Conference honor teams. more
Sometimes, family trumps everything. more
MAC titles are to be savored, and trips to Des Moines should be cherished, but oftentimes, at the end of the season, wins and losses can’t be the measuring stick of success. more
It’s crunch time for North Scott’s boys’ basketball team, and now is the time to gain any sense of momentum heading into the postseason. more
Although it’s not expected to become official until later this week, it appears North Scott’s boys’ basketball team will be taking an unfamiliar postseason path. more
North Scott's 2002 basketball team was honored Friday night on the 20th anniversary of the school's first MAC championship. more
When the Class 4A substate pods were announced last week, North Scott boys’ basketball coach Shamus Budde wasn’t surprised. While Cedar Rapids Kennedy is a shoe-in to be the No. 1 seed, the Lancers are in the midst of a two-week battle that could see them steal the second seed. more
For nearly 24 minutes, Sam Skarich sat patiently on the bench. He watched his teammates build a 14-point halftime lead, increase it to 15, and then had a bird’s-eye view as Clinton stormed back. more
North Scott’s boys’ basketball team knew it would be in for a tough battle Friday night in The Pit against unbeaten and No. 2 state-ranked Pleasant Valley. Nevertheless, the opportunity for upset was on players’ minds. more
After an uncharacteristic four-game losing streak that spanned the holiday break, it appears that North Scott’s boys’ basketball team may be trending in the right direction, and just in the nick of time. more
Coach Budde’s Lancers put together a solid performance to defeat a good Davenport West squad Thursday, Jan. 13 at The Pit. The Falcons had won three in a row, over Bettendorf, Davenport Central and Clinton, and lost a 1-point heartbreaker to Davenport North, 60-59, on Jan. 7. more
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