(Guthrie Center) Junior Gavin McGiveny started Friday nights game against Madrid by making his first five shots from the floor. He finished the 63-30 win with 20 points. McGiveny made half of Guthrie Center's 12 three point field goals with twin brothers Adam Courtney and Caleb Courtney combining for the the rest of the long range shots.
Guthrie Center led 17-9 after the first quarter and held a 40-15 advantage at halftime. The 35-point running clock mercy rule came into effect late in the game as the Guthrie Center Tigers started the season 2-0.
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