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The Marion County R-II girls basketball team lost, 49-38, to the North Shelby junior varsity squad in the consolation finals of the Brashear Tournament Friday.
The Lady Mustangs (4-19) trailed by seven at the half, before the Lady Raiders took control in the third quarter with a 21-21 run.
Scoring for Marion County were Sam Kindhart, 13, Kennedy Hathaway, 10, Riley Holt, eight, Aylah Pollard, six and Tristen Holt, one.
The Lady Mustangs advanced to the consolation finals with a 56-41 win over Bevier, Wednesday.
Marion County got out to a 17-7 lead before Bevier came back with a 17-12 second-quarter run.
But, the Lady Mustangs came out in the second half and took control, out-scoring the Lady Raiders, 27-17 the rest of the way.
Scoring for Marion County were Hathaway, 14, Pollard, 11, Grace Jensen-Page, 10, Tristen Holt, nine, Riley Holt, six, Kindhart, four, and Shayleigh Whetstone, two.
The Lady Mustangs opened the tournament with a 62-49 loss to North Missouri Home School Association, Tuesday.
The fourth-seeded Knights jumped out to a 22-10 lead, but the Lady Mustangs were out-scored by just one point the rest of the way.
Pollard led Marion County by sinking nine field goals and scoring 19 points, while Hathaway hit a trey and five two-pointers and scored 13 points.
Also contributing were Kindhart, four Jensen-Page, four, Riley Holt, three, Whetstone, two, Tristen Holt, two, and Maya Bock, two.
The Lady Mustangs have just one more regular season game, Tuesday, at home against Canton, before competing in the Class 1, District 11 tournament at LaPlata, starting Feb. 20.