NORTH CRAWFORD - The North Crawford boys basketball got thrown a pandemic curve ball following their home victory over Kickapoo. The team was notified because of COVID exposure on the Kickapoo team they would have quarantine.
The quarantine meant no in-person practices and having two games postponed.
The Trojans returned to action facing one of the toughest teams on their schedule-Viroqua. The result was predictable Viroqua beat North Crawford 63-28.
Stephen Munson led North Crawford in scoring with 13 points. Teamamates Sever Stovey and Carter Halvorsen each scored four points, while Quentin Lathrop and Devlin smith scored three. Kade Bolandscored one point.
Viroqua was led in scoring by Jacob Lotz, who scored 16 points. Evan Hubatch scored 12 and Blaine Conaway scored eight.
“We had to take 10 days off and then had two practices before playing them,” Trojan coach Chris Wettstein said. “They are a very good team.”North Crawford will play at home against De Soto on Friday. The Trojans are 4-2 overall and 3-1 in conference play–not including the results of Tuesday night’s game against Ithaca.