Blue Jays pull away from Wildcats

Stanley – The Stanley Blue Jays outscored the North Shore/Plaza Wildcats 22-9 in the 3rd quarter, allowing them to pull away and secure a convincing 82-57 Region 8 victory.

The Blue Jays came out firing in the first quarter behind 2 monstrous dunks from junior Wyatt Hanson. The second quarter was back and forth with both teams making some nice plays on the offensive end.

Stanley made their move in the third quarter as they put up 22 points on the Wildcats while limiting them to 9 points offensively. The Blue Jays came up with a series of huge blocks in the second half from Wyatt and Kaedyn Hanson, which forced the Wildcats to the perimeter.

Make sure to check out: Stanley Blue Jays vs. North Shore (Pictures)

Wyatt Hanson would lead all scorers with 29 points as he continues his torrid pace this season. Junior Matt Patten poured in a season high 21 points to help pace the Blue Jays as well.

Hart Andes had a nice game in the middle for the Wildcats, he finished with 23 points to lead North Shore.

The Blue Jays travel to Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood on Saturday.

Stanley 19 18 22 23 (82)

North Shore 11 19 9 18 (57)

Stanley: W. Hanson 29, Patten 21, K. Hanson 12, Nesheim 7, Aadnes 7, Lee 4, Rayne Mcintosh 2

NSP: Hart Andes 23, Hayden Andes 16, Lopez 10, Bailey 4, Miller 2, Edwards 2

– Ian Grande is the Editor of the Stanley Gazette. If you have any comments or concerns please email

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