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Sparty Optimistic Heading Into Tournament

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 2/19/2013

The 15-6 Mansfield St.Peter's Spartans will look to end the regular season on a high note Wednesday evening as they travel to Bellville to take on the always tough, 11-10 Clear Fork Colts.  For coach Pat Durham, who's team is enjoying their best season since 2003-'04, he is hoping his team plays well and comes away a winner.  In years past against the Colts, Sparty has had one bad quarter which has put the team in a hole early.  Durham also adds that St.Peter's will have to play good defense inside and especially outside as Clear Fork has shown the ability to shoot well from outside the arc.

After this week, the Spartans will enter Division IV tournament play at Ontario next Tuesday against 3-18 Crestline, a team the Spartans beat 73-43 back in December.  Should St.Peter's win again, they'll be matched up with 14-7 Buckeye Central.  The Bucks edged Sparty in the regular season by two 55-53.   

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