Kee boys basketball team wins one of five games since returning from holiday break; West Central is lone Hawk victim in 66-34 home triumph


First-ever varsity points ... Kee boys basketball senior Peter Boland launches a shot in the Hawks’ 66-34 home win over West Central Tuesday, January 7. Boland converted a pair of free throws in the ballgame for his first-ever varsity points for the basketball Hawks. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Kee boys basketball team returned from the recent holiday break to a busy schedule of five games within just over a week’s time. The Hawks put just one of those five games in the win column, tallying a 66-34 victory at home over West Central Tuesday, January 7. Prior to that win, Kee’s boys dropped back-to-back games to begin the new year, 42-34 at home against North Fayette Valley Friday, January 3 and 71-46 to Waterloo Columbus in a basketball showcase hosted by Upper Iowa University in Fayette Saturday, January 4. The Hawks capped off that busy week with a 62-52 home loss to South Winneshiek Friday, January 10 before falling at Seneca, WI Saturday, January 11 by a 61-39 final result.
Holding a 4-8 overall record, 3-5 in Upper Iowa Conference play, the Hawks are next scheduled to play at Postville Tuesday, January 14 and then at Turkey Valley Friday, January 17. The Kee boys will then host Clayton Ridge Tuesday, January 21 before playing back-to-back road games at Spring Grove, MN and Central Elkader Monday and Tuesday, January 27 and 28.

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