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Truckers Run Over Whippets

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/8/2014

Norwalk rolled to their 53rd consecutive regular season win with a 78-49 victory at Shelby Wednesday night.

The Truckers would open the game hot, taking a 25-12 lead into the second behind 11 first quarter points from Ben Haraway. The Whippets would then ralley behind Tristan Kehres' 14 first half points to close the Norwalk lead down to 33-30 at the break.

Kehres would finish with a game-high 27 to go along with 8 rebounds, but Haraway and the Truckers would prove to be too much in the second half, outscoring Shelby 45-19 in the final two quarters for their 10th straight win to open the season.

Haraway finished with a team-high 26 points and 7 steals for Norwalk. Jeff Thomas added 15 points, Jordan Johnson 14.

The Whippets fall to 4-5 on the season, they host 7-3 Willard on Friday. The Truckers play three games in four nights, playing host to Sandusky on Friday, Lorain on Saturday.

   
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