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Sean Arnold
Payne Parnell, right, with Blake Homan
Brodus’ 27 points against Bucs help propel CMHS to back-to-back district wins

Sometimes a basketball team can do 90 percent of its job, but if it fails to finish at the basket, it’s left with nothing to show for all the hard work.

The Chiefland boys’ basketball team is still a young squad trying to figure things out. And when the shots aren’t falling, the mishaps get magnified.

Making the shots, however, can fix a lot, as seen by the boost that Quay Brodus provided his Chiefland team Jan. 12 against Branford.

Brodus, who recently became eligible after transferring schools, tacked on 11 points in the fourth quarter to finish with 27, helping the Indians pull away for a 74-56 district win.

The victory gave Chiefland its first back-to-back wins on the season, a much-needed lift for the team as it heads toward the district tournament next month. CMHS coach Adam Boyd says the team's three-game stretch, which started against Bell and continued against Bronson Jan. 11, represents the best sustained effort by the team all season.

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