12th-annual event at Trenton, Mo., junior college had three games Monday, Dec. 19, after weather-caused cancellations last Friday, Saturday

TRENTON, Mo. — Although three days later than intended, due to an ice storm and resulting treacherous travel conditions late last week, the massive 2016 North Central Missouri College Foundation “High School Holiday Hoops” event got some basketball played Monday, at last.
Three of the four originally-scheduled late-afternoon and evening games were contested, with only the would-have-been Southwest Livingston vs. St. Joseph: Lafayette girls’ contest scrubbed yesterday, due to Southwest still being out of session.
Play will continue today (Tuesday, Dec. 20) at NCMC’s Ketcham Community Center in downtown Trenton with a 6-games session on tap, starting at 2 p.m.
The “Holiday Hoops” slates for Tuesday, Dec. 20, and Wednesday, Dec. 21, are:
Tuesday, Dec.  20  (North Central Missouri College Day)
12:00 p    Paris vs. Pattonsburg – Girls
1:30      Paris vs. Pattonsburg –  Boys
4:00      Brashear vs. Grundy R-5 –  Boys
5:30     Brashear vs. Grundy R-5 –  Girls
7:00     Green City vs. East Harrison – Boys
8:30     Green City vs. East Harrison – Girls
Wednesday, Dec.  21
9:00 a       Keytesville vs. Gilman City   – Girls    
10:30       Keytesville vs. Gilman City – Boys
12:00 p     Braymer vs. La Plata – Girls
1:30         Braymer vs. LaPlata – Boys
4:00         Hardin-Central vs. Higbee – Girls
5:30         Hardin-Central vs. Higbee – Boys
7:00         Gallatin vs. Carrollton – Girls
8:30         Gallatin vs. Carrollton – Boys

In Monday’s delayed openers, Hamilton’s Lady Hornets (3-4) waltzed past Winston 43-12 behind McKauley Prothero’s 13 points and Bucklin/Macon County R-4’s co-op programs topped Jamesport: Tri-County twice.
B/MCR4’s girls slipped past TCHS’ Lady Mustangs (1-7) 48-36 and its boys doubled up the Ponies (1-7) 62-31.
Cheyanne Peterson netted a game-high 15 points and Kellen Robertson 14 for Bucklin/Macon County R-4’s girls, while Tyler Brosdahl pumped in 19 and Bennett Duncan 17 in its boys’ win.
For Tri-County, Bailee Hoover had 14 tallies in the girls’ game and Lance Cook 13 in the boys’.