The Tigers faced off against Westby last Friday at the Fieldhouse, coming away with a solid 69-49 win.

The Tigers came out strong from the beginning opening up a 19-point lead after the first half and then cruising from there.

The Tigers shot 42.6 percent from the floor versus 32.5 percent for Westby, gaining ground in the transition by a 16-4 margin.

Ethan Anderson continued his impressive play behind 26 points on 9-of-18 shooting including four 3-pointers.

Bryce Seiber chipped in 13 points with 50 percent shooting, followed closely behind by Elliot Bird with 11 points.

Nine players scored points for the Tigers in the win.

Anderson grabbed nine boards followed by Jacob Woods and Seiber with six apiece. Anderson would also come away with three blocks.

The Tigers next headed to Division 5 number-one ranked Bangor where the Cardinal’s high-powered offense outscored them 94-79.

The Tigers went into the locker room at half time down by 10 with a score of 47-37, but the Tigers couldn’t claw their way back in the second half.

Anderson was the high scorer for the game with 36 points including four 3-pointers.

Bird also had an impressive game chipping in 19 points, getting to the charity stripe seven times and knocking down six.

Seiber added 10 points for the team.

The Tigers would allow five players for Bangor to score at least 10 points.

The Tigers are now 3-3 and 1-1 in the Coulee Conference.

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