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Whippets Prep For Sandusky, Wynford

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/3/2013

The Shelby Whippets will try to make it two straight on Friday night as they head up north to take on Sandusky in the team's first contest of the season in the NOL. The Blue Streaks fell in their opener last weekend 55-49, to Fremont Ross. For their part, the Whippets trailed for most of the evening before taking the lead late in the game stopping rival Madison 62-61. The win was the fifth consecutive on opening night over the Rams. Coach Troy Schwemley says his team was able to stay close and finally got several stops late in the game to give themselves a chance to win at the end. The player that hit the game winning shot, Tristan Kehres, who would finish with 27 points, says he didn't care who hit the final shot, just as long as it went in, it just so happened I wound up with the ball. On Sandusky, Kehres says you have to get them out of their game early, if not you could be in for a long night with their athletic ability. After the league contest with the Blue Streaks, Shelby will travel to Wynford to take on the Royals. Wynford heads into this weekend at 2-0 after wins over both Mount Gilead and Mohawk.

   
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