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Malta Rolls to First LTC Tournament Title

Mustangs defeat Somonauk for title, Newark tops Serena for third place

FIRST ROUND

(8) Leland 59, (9) LaMoille 52

(7) Hinckley-Big Rock 69, (10) Paw Paw 38

(4) Serena 55, (5) Earlville 42

(6) Somonauk 54, (3) Indian Creek 51

SECOND ROUND

(1) Malta 65, (8) Leland 42

(2) Newark 58, (7) Hinckley-Big Rock 38

SEMIFINALS

(1) Malta 71, (4) Serena 48

(6) Somonauk 58, (2) Newark 57

THIRD PLACE

(2) Newark 73, (4) Serena 51

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

(1) Malta 76, (6) Somonauk 47

FINAL 1998-99 LTC REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

                     W   L

Malta                9   0

Newark               8   1

Indian Creek         7   2

Earlville            5   4

Hinckley-Big Rock    4   5

Serena               4   5

Somonauk             4   5

LaMoille             2   7

Leland               2   7

Paw Paw              0   9

 

Little Ten All-Conference Boys Basketball Team for 1998-99 season

 

*Justin Allen, Malta, Senior forward : Three-time All-Conference selection.  Averaged 24 points per game for the Mustangs as well as leading the club in rebounding and was named to the Chicago Sun-Times All-State team for second straight season.

 

*John Toftoy, Newark, Senior guard : Named Norsemen’s team captain and most valuable player after averaging 17 ppg and hitting on 37-percent of his three-point field goal tries.

 

Justin Carlson, Newark, Junior forward : Led team in rebounding and averaged 14 ppg.

 

*Dustin Spears, Indian Creek, Junior forward : Named Timberwolves most valuable player after averaging 20 ppg.

 

Jordan Swanson, Indian Creek, Junior guard : Scored 15 ppg and hit 38-percent from beyond the arc.

 

*Nick Larson, Earlville, Senior center :  Led Red Raiders in scoring (18 ppg) and rebounding (10 rpg).

 

Craig Eberly, Hinckley-Big Rock, Senior guard : Named Royal’s most valuable player and co-captian after leading team in scoring (12 ppg), rebounds (154) and assists (108).

 

Dain Twait, Serena, Junior guard : Averaged 14 points per game for the Huskers and led team in assists.

 

*Eric Anderson, Somonauk, Senior forward : Named Bobcats’ most valuable player after averaging 15 points per game.

 

Jason Holdiman, Leland, Senior guard : Averaged 16 ppg for the Panthers and hit 40-percent of his 3-point shot attempts.

 

* Unanimous Selection