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Rebels boys lose regular-season finale

Post-Bulletin, Austin MN

ADAMS — The Southland boys basketball team wrapped up the regular season with a 59-56 loss to the Kingsland Knights.

The Southland Rebels fell behind by nine points at halftime, but they were able to narrow the gap in the second half. Chris May led the way for the Rebels with a game-high 19 points.

Alan May also scored in double figures for the Rebels, but it wasn’t enough to stave off defeat in the regular season finale. The Rebels finished with a 2-18 record in Three Rivers Conference play.

Southland (6-19 overall) is seeded seventh in the upcoming Class AA, Section Two, East Subsection and travels to second-seeded Byron next Tuesday night.

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THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

Kingsland 59, Southland 56

KINGSLAND (59)

Anthony Cornell 11, Blake Koebke 6, James Baarsch 8, Tyler Himle 10, Mitchell Tart 9, Josh Schmidt 2, Billy Oeltjen 12.

SOUTHLAND (56)

Chris May 19, Alan May 16, Jamie Hanson 2, Mitch Nagele 6, Zach Heimer 4, Clint Bergene 5, Henry Mullenbach 4.

Halftime: KINGS 28, Southland 19.

Free throws: SOU not available, KINGS 16-33.

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Three-point goals: Kingsland 1 (Tart 1).

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