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Lex Comeback Downs Knights

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/1/2013

Trailing 44-29 after three quarters, Lexington outscored West Holmes 20-5 in the fourth quarter, forced overtime, then continued to outscore the Knights 15-8 in overtime to win 64-57.  Lex's Mason Willeke dropped 33 points on the Knights to lead all scorers.  The only other Lexington player in double digits was Zach Temple with ten. 

West Holmes put three players in double digits with Brady Arnold getting 22, Michael DeWitt and Gabe Snyder each had ten, Ryan Neer had nine.  With the loss the Knights drops three games back of front running Mansfield Senior with a league record of 8-3 and 12-5 overall.  Lexington improves to 12-5 overall and 7-3 in OCC play.

   
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