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Warriors Edge Wooster To Stay Perfect

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/10/2013

Wooster visited Ontario Tuesday night for the first ever meeting between the two program's, in a game Warrior's head coach Joe Balogh called an early "measuring stick" for his squad. At the end of the night Balogh's Warriors would live up to their undefeated record, knocking off the Generals 57-53 to improve to 5-0.

Wooster's big's created problem's for the under-sized Ontario front line, as Cameron Daughtery and Adam O'Brien combined for 22 points and 24 rebounds. But Warrior's senior forward Cameron Mack would battle for a game-high 20 points and come up with the game winning steal and free throws in the final seconds.

Mack says he knew to "hedge out" on Wooster's hot shooter when he created the turnover to ice the game. The Warrior's also practice free throws "more than any team around here" according to Mack, which he credits for his clutch pair to seal the win.

Ontario also put two other players in double-figure scoring with Lenell Shelby and Brandon Wagner each dropping 10. The Generals Corey Beckett had 11, while Kevin Schilling added 10 to go along with Daughety's 12 and O'Brien's 10.

The 5-0 Warriors will host NOL foe Sandusky (1-2) on Saturday. The game can be seen on replay Sunday at 3 p.m. on WMFD and on WOHZ TV at 7 p.m. Wooster (2-2) will play at Orrville (1-2) on Friday.

   
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