L-C Mustangs finally bow out


After a thrilling run of six straight tournament wins, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs were finally defeated, 81-64, in the semifinals of the state tournament Thursday in Columbus. It was a much closer game than the final score indicates. In the background, part of the large contingent that followed Lynchburg-Clay to Columbus is visible in their yellow colors. The four Mustangs pictured on the floor of Value City Arena, from left, are Eric McLaughlin, Christian Inman, Zach Blankenship and River Mullins. The Mustangs ended the season 25-3 and with Southern Hills Athletic Conference, sectional, district and regional tournament championships. For complete details see today’s sports section.


After a thrilling run of six straight tournament wins, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs were finally defeated, 81-64, in the semifinals of the state tournament Thursday in Columbus. It was a much closer game than the final score indicates. In the background, part of the large contingent that followed Lynchburg-Clay to Columbus is visible in their yellow colors. The four Mustangs pictured on the floor of Value City Arena, from left, are Eric McLaughlin, Christian Inman, Zach Blankenship and River Mullins. The Mustangs ended the season 25-3 and with Southern Hills Athletic Conference, sectional, district and regional tournament championships. For complete details see today’s sports section.

After a thrilling run of six straight tournament wins, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs were finally defeated, 81-64, in the semifinals of the state tournament Thursday in Columbus. It was a much closer game than the final score indicates. In the background, part of the large contingent that followed Lynchburg-Clay to Columbus is visible in their yellow colors. The four Mustangs pictured on the floor of Value City Arena, from left, are Eric McLaughlin, Christian Inman, Zach Blankenship and River Mullins. The Mustangs ended the season 25-3 and with Southern Hills Athletic Conference, sectional, district and regional tournament championships. For complete details see today’s sports section.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_LC-state-pic.jpgAfter a thrilling run of six straight tournament wins, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs were finally defeated, 81-64, in the semifinals of the state tournament Thursday in Columbus. It was a much closer game than the final score indicates. In the background, part of the large contingent that followed Lynchburg-Clay to Columbus is visible in their yellow colors. The four Mustangs pictured on the floor of Value City Arena, from left, are Eric McLaughlin, Christian Inman, Zach Blankenship and River Mullins. The Mustangs ended the season 25-3 and with Southern Hills Athletic Conference, sectional, district and regional tournament championships. For complete details see today’s sports section.
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