Kee boys basketball team falls in pre-holiday pair, 83-55 at Wapsie Valley and 56-48 at home to Clayton Ridge, to extend four-game skid

Trio of trifectas ... Kee boys basketball senior Tyson Cota scopes out the defense as he brings the ball up the floor in the Hawks’ 56-48 home loss to Clayton Ridge Tuesday, December 21. Cota dialed in three blasts from behind the three-point arc on the way to 17 points in the ballgame while also collecting one rebound. 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.

Since starting the season with three consecutive wins, the Kee boys basketball team has been in the grips of a four-game losing streak, adding two more games to that skid on back-to-back nights of competition just prior to the holiday break. The Hawks were first dealt an 83-55 non-conference loss at Wapsie Valley Monday, December 20 before falling by a 56-48 result at home to Clayton Ridge Tuesday, December 21 to currently hold a 3-4 season record that includes a 2-2 start to their Upper Iowa Conference schedule.

The Kee basketball boys will return to the court following their holiday break with their busiest week of the season, starting with a Monday, January 3 non-conference match-up at Waukon before traveling to South Winneshiek Tuesday, January 4. The Hawk hoopsters will remain on the road with a Friday, January 7 contest at West Central before playing Hudson Saturday, January 8 at Upper Iowa University in Fayette. Another back-to-back pair awaits the Kee boys at home, including Thursday, January 13 against North Fayette Valley in a game rescheduled from December 17 and against Central Elkader Friday, January 14.

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