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MAST WATER TECHNOLOGY ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Mason Infield
Cassville grad lifts West boys to 65–63 with GW basket, helps West win 3-point shootout
Infield 7-3-19
Cassville's Mason Infield (far left) hit the go-ahead basket in the West's 65–63 victory in last Friday night's Six Rivers Senior All-Star Boys Basketball game and also teamed with (from left) Potosi's Will Bierman, River Ridge's Taylor Langmeier and Potosi/Cassville's Amber Udelhoven to help the West win the 3-point shootout 117–90.

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Mason Infield, Sr., G/F, Cassville boys basketball
     Cassville’s Mason Infield knocked down the go-ahead basket with 10 seconds remaining as the West rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to defeat the East All-Stars, 65-63, in the 14th annual Six Rivers Boys’ All-Star Basketball Classic. Infield, who earned All-Six Rivers honors in football (honorable mention), basketball (first-team) and baseball (honorable mention) this past year, finished with six points in the game, but had the biggest two. 

     Potosi’s Ethan Groom cut the deficit to 63–62 with less than a minute to play. Then a turnover by the East with 30 seconds to go got the ball back into the West’s hands and Infield came through in the clutch by sinking a contest jumper in the lane with just 10 seconds remaining to put the West in the lead to stay at 64–63.

     Infield also combined with Potosi's Will Bierman to knock down 25 3-pointers during their two-minute shooting period to rally the West to a 117–90 victory over the East in the sixth annual Six Rivers Conference Senior All-Star Basketball Classic 3-Point Shooting Contest. Argyle’s Kirsten Ostby and Jena Saalsaa outscored the West duo of River Ridge’s Taylor Langmeier and Potosi/Cassville’s Amber Udelhoven, 45–42, during the girls’ round to lift the East out to the lead, however Bierman and Infield teamed up to outscore Black Hawk’s Kyle Lovelace and Juda’s Quinton Kammerer, 75–45, in the boys’ round to notch the comeback victory for the West. 


HONORABLE METION (In alphabetical order):
Ethan Groom, Sr., F, Potosi boys basketball

    Potosi’s Ethan Groom scored 13 of his team-high 17 points in the first half to keep the West close in Friday's 65–63 victory in the Six Rivers Senior All-Star Basketball Classic at Argyle High School. He also hit a clutch basket with less than a minute remaining to cut the  West's deficit to a single point at 63–62 and set up Infield's go-ahead game-winner with 10 seconds to play.

Will Bierman, Sr., G, Potosi boys basketball
    Bierman scored eight points and passed out four assists to help the West rally for a 65–63 victory in last Friday's Six Rivers Senior All-Star Basketball Classic at Argyle. He also teamed with Cassville's Mason Infield to knock down a combined 25 3-pointers in two minutes to help the West rally for a 117–90 victory in the Six Rivers Conference 3-point shoot out.

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