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Warriors Win NOL Debut Over Willard

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/6/2013

Ontario's first conference game as a member of the Northern Ohio League would be a successful trial, as the Warriors blitz Willard 64-44.

Ontario would overcome their worst shooting performance of the season by forcing 23 Willard turnovers, 11 of those coming in the first half as the Warriors led 29-19 at the break. The Ontario offense would pick up in the third quarter, dropping a game-high 21 points in the frame to extend the Warriors lead out to 50-32. In the final quarter Ontario would cruise to a 20 point win to stay undefeated on the season and pick up the programs first ever NOL victory.

The Warriors once again won the turnover battle 23-10, but were slightly outrebounded 38- 37. Ontario finished just 19- 52(37%) from the floor while the Flashes shot 16-48(33%).

Brandon Wagner paced the Warriors with a game-high 17 pts to go along with 5 rb's, Cameron Mack added 13 pts and 8 rb's, Tyler Boatwright dropped 13 pts and 5 rb's. Willard was led by Jordan Moore's 13 pts and 10 rb's, Carson Ebert chipped in with 6 pts and 5 rb's.

The 3-0 Warriors will travel to Crestview on Saturday, 1-2 Willard hosts Edison.

   
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