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Ashby senior Tanner Langlie landed on one foot after grabbing a rebound in a game against B-B-E earlier this season. Langlie had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds against Brandon-Evansville last week. (Echo Press photo by Eric Morken)

Ashby boys' basketball: Arrows win four straight

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Ashby improved to 15-3 after holding off Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Tuesday night 64-57.

The Arrows jumped to a 32-19 halftime lead, but the Wolverines found their stroke after the break, outscoring Ashby 38-32.


"The Wolverines came out strong in the second half, led by the efforts of Jason Montonye, who scored 14 in the second half and 21 on the night," said Ashby head coach Jeremy Knick. "This was a close game and we did just enough right things to keep them at bay.

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