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Warriors Stay Perfect, Rock Redmen

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/20/2013

Ontario won their sixth straight to open the season with a 77-44 beat down of Bellevue on Friday night.

The Warriors forced 22 Redmen turnovers, turning them into 21 points at the other end. Bellevue also struggled scoring the basketball, finishing just 16-50 (32%) from the floor.

Ontario's Cam Mack had 20 pts and 9 rb's on senior night. Fellow senior Brandon Wagner added 15, Paul Homan had 9 and Josh Plieninger finished with 7 pts and 8 rb's.

Bellevue's Thomas Pressler entered the game as the teams leading scoring at 19 ppg, but would get blanked on just two shot attempts. Dylan DeWitt was the high point man for the Redmen with 15, Seth Linder added 7 off the bench.

The 6-0 Warriors will host Clear Fork on Saturday, Bellevue will play Edison.

   
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