Kearney came into the contest with five games under the belt against teams from outside of Section V. The defending Class AA state champs looked poised enough against a tough team from McQuaid to improve to 2-4 this season.
The Kings had three other scorers in double figures. Branden Kellam had 13 while Rian Carter and Nathan Bradley each chipped in 11.
For McQuaid, they fall to 4-5 despite some great performances from two of their seniors. Charlie Zaepfel had a game-high 22 points while Jake Fenlon was right behind with 20.
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