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December 7, 2022

Dan Stevens

Parker Krogman got his shot blocked by Stockton's Alex Altfillisch, but kept coming - ending the night with 17 points to lead all players.

The Stockton Blackhawks paid a visit to Lanark to challenge the Eastland Cougars in a non-conference basketball tilt, but when the final horn sounded, there were more questions than answers following Eastland's 51-36 victory.

Stockton came into the game missing their best player, Ryley Schultz, who has been battling illness this season and has still not seen the floor. But even without Schultz, the Blackhawks opened up the early lead – claiming a 9-2 lead by the end of the first quarter.

"We played the beginning of the game like we practiced last night," said Eastland head coach Tyler Z...



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