on February 29, 2024
North Union’s Miles Hall (23) drives in an open lane during a regular season home game against Jonathan Alder. The junior Wildcat scored 23 points during the team’s last game of the season against Elgin. (Gazette photo by Aleksei Pavloff)

Wildcats topple Elgin on the road during 2023-24 regular season finale

By By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette 


There was some good and bad to how North Union played in the first half of last Wednesday’s regular-season finale at Elgin.

The good news for the Wildcats was the offense produced 42 points.

But on the other end of the spectrum, NU Head Coach Ryan Grose was not particularly happy with how the defense played in allowing the Comets to score 30 points.

Within the first few minutes of the third quarter, everything came into sync for the Wildcats as the offense still produced and the defense did a much better job of stopping the Comets.

As a result when the final seconds ticked away North Union posted a 79-55 victory.

“We got off to a slow start and Elgin was play…

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