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Crawford To Buckeye Central

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/17/2013

After going 20-6 a season ago and winning the Division IV district championship, it appears the 5-0 Colonel Crawford boys basketball team has picked up where it left off last season. After their ball game with Ridgedale this week, the Eagles will play host to their cross county rivals the 4-0 Buckeye Central Bucks. The Eagles have been led by Conner McCreary, Todd Entenmann and Nate Klingenberger who have averaged 21, 15 and ten points per game. Eagles coach David Sheldon says the team has been unselfish with the basketball and has been that way for the most part since the second half of their game with Mansfield Christian back on November 30th. To come out on top Friday night against the Bucks, Sheldon believes his team will have to keep track of both Austin Wurm and Cade Kaple who average 19 and 12 points per game. When asked if he thought Friday's game was big, coach Sheldon says it's more of a tone setter early on since both teams are looking at nearly two months of regular season play after Friday. The two teams will play each other again on Saturday, January 25th in New Washington. The Bucks and Eagles split their two games last year, each winning on the others home floor.

   
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