Valley Heights 60, Axtell 44

By The Mercury

At Axtell, Valley Heights was able to keep Axtell at arm’s length and win comfortably on the road Tuesday night behind 21 points from Charles Musil and 18 from Gage Woodyard to win the Twin Valley League title a game ahead of Hanover, which beat Centralia in overtime to secure second place.

Valley Heights (18-2, 12-1 Twin Valley) hosts its own sub-state next week as the top seed, which affords it a quarterfinal bye and likely matches it up against Linn in the semis.

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