Cubs slide past Tigers, 55-50
After a slow start in the game against the West Central Trojans on Fri., Feb. 21, the Cubs battled back and tied the score at 50 and carried the game into overtime. The Trojans dominated the overtime period and pulled out a 62-55 victory at the Chamberlain Armory.
It was a tough loss on the road against the Groton Tigers, the No. 2 team in Class A, Region 1, on Sat., Feb. 8. The Tigers handed the Cubs their eighth loss of the season by a score of 66-39.
The Chamberlain Cubs 2000 State Class “A” Runner-up boys' basketball team was recognized Friday, February 21,at the Chamberlain Armory. This Cubs' team finished the the season with a 21-3 record, as well as the SESD Conference Champions, the District 10 A and 5A Champions. Pictured in the back row: Assistant Coach Steve Nelson, Manager, Zack Nelson, Cole Knippling, Rob Frederick, Seann Woster, Matt Maxon, Jared Haskins, Chantell Scharff Kriel, Amber Reimer-Johnson, Head Coach Jim Frederick. Front Row: Austin Kirkie, Adam Nelson, Brian Reimer, Steve Schoenhard, and Manager Sean Johnson. Not Pictured: Players Derek Powell, Adam Schaub, Jon England, Managers Trey Frederick, Justin Claussen Eric Reuer, Cheerleaders: Aspen Hieb and Jaime Waysman-Madsen.
On Fri., Feb. 14, the State Class A Gymnastics Team Competition was held in Aberdeen. Chamberlain was less than four tenths behind Wagner/Bon Homme and, less than two points from bringing home a State meet plaque. Hot Spring took the sixth-place plaque. The Lady Bison have always been a nemesis for the Lady Cubs outscoring them by a couple of points. Hopefully, next year, all the gymnasts are healthy, and Chamberlain will be able to outscore Hot Springs.