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Truckers Drive Through Shelby

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/7/2012

The Norwalk Truckers won their 23rd consecutive regular season game at Joe Yohn Gymnasium in Shelby as the Truckers handled the Whippets 75-47.  Trailing 8-6 early in the game the Norwalk used good pressure defense and transition to go on a 16-0 nothing run to grab a 22-8 lead enroute to their first NOL win of the season.

The Truckers were lead by Grant Hull with 17, Jeff Thomas had 15, Ben Haraway 14.  Shelby had one player in double figures with Grate Fenner getting 11.  With the win, Norwalk improves to 2-0 overall 1-0 in league play.  The Whippets slip to 2-1 in all games and 0-1 in the NOL. 

   
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