Bayard teams eliminated early at Chadron Classic
     2013-01-03      By Staff report   
After both Bayard teams were first-round losers to Valentine in the Chadron Rotary Classic on Friday, the Tiger girls turned consolation into their second victory of the year Saturday after a winless last season.

In the girls’ third-place game, Bayard (2-6) got 20 points from junior Megan Stuart, overcame a 16-8 first-quarter deficit and shut out Hemingford in the third quarter en route to taking a 38-35 victory. The win followed the Tigers’ 69-30 first-round loss to Valentine.

The Bayard boys (2-6) were 56-43 losers to Hemingford in their third-place contest, which followed a first-round 49-33 setback to eventual champion Valentine.

Bayard seniors Dustin Daniel and Braydon Parriott had 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the Tigers against Hemingford. Parriott paced the Tigers against Valentine with 13 points.
Bayard will begin 2013 in busy fashion, playing host to Potter-Dix on Friday and traveling to Gordon-Rushville on Saturday before going to Morrill on Tuesday.

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