The NICL-West race got even tighter on Tuesday night.

While South Hardin was busy taking care of business with a 59-46 win against East Marshall in Eldora, Gladbrook-Reinbeck was downright dominating Grundy Center in a 65-37 rout. That makes a three-way tie for first place between the Tigers, Rebels and Spartans – all with one loss in the conference.

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