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Titans crush weekend competition to get back on track

Titans crush weekend competition to get back on track

Trout rebound

PLVS’ Jackson Trout (31) fights for a rebound during a win over Bellevue East back on Feb 5.

Papillion-La Vista South entered the weekend sitting at 8-9 on the year but a win on Feb. 5 against Bellevue East and another on Feb. 6 against Omaha North vaulted the Titans above .500.

Friday night’s matchup was as even as it could get through the first half, both teams were tied at 26-26. However, PLVS caught fire from the field in the third and behind their aggressive defense took off with a 64-44 win over the Chieftains. Daniel Brocaille and Graham Cassoutt led the way in scoring with 16 points a piece while Jackson Trout chipped in 12 points, seven rebounds and 1 assist.

The Titans kept that same defensive momentum rolling into Saturday night against the Vikings, they jumped out to an 18-11 lead after one quarter and finished the first half up 34-18. The rest, as they say, is history as Brocaille dominated the stat sheet with a game-high 32 points, five rebounds and four assists. Cassoutt had another nice outing with 11 points, nine boards and three assists.

The weekend’s wins ended a two-game skid for the Titans as they are now 10-9 this year with only three games remaining on their regular season schedule. The Titans next contest is slated for Thursday.

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