The ICC Cougars left their visit to the Maynard Tigers with one win in four games on Jan. 4.
The Cougars suffered a 80-60 loss to the Tigers in Class AA-2 North Conference play.
After a close first period, the Tigers opened things up and led 35-23 at the half.
The Tigers continued to put pressure on the Cougars in the second half and came away with an impressive 20- point win.
Shane Irgens paced ICC with 19. Rex Burrow contributed 18.
Maynard's high scorer was Braden Watson with 28. Jeremy Johnson added 24.
In girls action, the Lady Cougars mounted a big third period comeback, but could not manage to overcome a strong effort from the Lady Tigers, losing 51-42.
Maynard enjoyed a 39-21 margin at the half, but ICC fought back to within striking distance in the third frame behind Mandy Haney and Blair Gay.
The Lady Cougars could not sustain their rally and fell to the Lady Tigers 51-42.
Haney and Gay each had 12 for ICC. Melissa Sherrell added 11.
Maynard was led by Carley Daniels with a game high 18 points.
The junior Lady Cougars went home with a close 46-37 defeat at the hands of the junior Lady Tigers.
ICC got off to a slow start, scoring just 2 points in the first period, and did not recover.Lauren Cunningham scored a game high 21 for the Lady Cougars.
Amanda Moore notched 13 for the Lady Tigers.The only ICC victory on the evening went to the junior Cougars thanks to a 62-40 pounding of the junior Tigers.
ICC jumped out quickly and never looked back in the contest.
The junior Cougars were led by the trio of Justin Burns with 23 points and seven assists, Jesse Dockins with 18 points and eight assists, and Jason Sherrell with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Josh Cagle led the junior Tigers with 19 points.