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Whippets Prep For Ontario, Galion

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/24/2013

After coming off a split last weekend, falling at Tiffin Columbian 55-50, but coming back to edge Upper Sandusky 47-45 on Saturday, the Shelby boys basketball team stands at 3-2 overall but 0-2 in the Northern Ohio League. The Whippets will try to get on the left side of the ledger in league play Friday but it won't be easy as Shelby plays host to 7-0 Ontario. Coach Troy Schwemley says his team needs to play with more consistency saying his team played well for three quarters but was outscored nearly 14-2 in the final period by the Tornadoes in the 55-50 loss. One of the things that will be key for Shelby on Friday, will be the Whippets ability to handle Ontario's defensive pressure. Speaking of denfense, sophomore guard Brandon Schneider also adds his team needs to do the same, play better defense and take better shots on offense. Shelby will face former NOL foe 2-4 Galion Saturday on the road.

   
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