The CFHS boys basketball team sent its six seniors off in style Tuesday, winning a Senior Night contest against Kenyon-Wanamingo. The score was 73-37.
Five seniors started: Paul Rolfes, Austin Jacobs, Tanner Jackson, Noah Callister and Colton Sande. Senior Saul Carter announced the game.
"It was a great night of recognition for the seniors who have contributed so much to the success of the Bomber program," coach Josh Davisson said. "There was a lot of energy in the gym, and everyone contributed and played very well."
Callister had a team-high 19 points, Jackson added 11 and Jordan Lundell 16. Callister had 11 rebounds.
Cannon lost a double-overtime heartbreaker at Winona Cotter Friday, 61-53.
The Bombers came from 11 points down in the 2nd half to send the game into overtime. In the first overtime, trailing 50-47, Cannon's Brock Peterson was fouled shooting a 3-pointer with 0.4 seconds remaining; he made all three to tie the game. Cotter threw the ensuing inbounds ball away, and CF got the ball back under its own basket. A lob attempt to Jackson hit the rim.
In the second overtime Cotter scored first, and the Bombers needed to foul to extend the game.
"I'm proud of the guys for overcoming adversity and battling until the very end," Davisson said. "This experience should help as we ready ourselves for playoffs."
Peterson finished with 20 points, and Austin Noble had eight. Callister had nine rebounds.
Cannon was at LaCrescent on Tuesday, then are off until Thursday, Feb. 28, when they go to Kasson-Mantorville. Sub-section seedings will be done Feb. 27, and playoffs start Monday, March 4.