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North Clay sixth and eighth grade wins

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Carey Fox photos

Left: Derek Duncan dishes off to a teammate during the 'A' team's win over West Vigo. Duncan added two points in the victory.

Right: North Clay's Scott Wheeler goes up for a short jumper on his way to 12 points in the 'B' game. He also had six in the 'A' game's fourth quarter.

The North Clay eighth grade basketball teams remained unbeaten with a strong performance versus West Vigo on Monday evening.

The Knights' 'A' squad powered out to a 16-3 lead in the first quarter on the way to a 53-23 victory over the Vikings to improve to 3-0 on the season.

Leading by 13 after the first quarter on the strength of six points from Clay DeWeese, the Knights added another three points onto their lead at the halftime break.

In the second half, Drake Stevenson tallied seven of his team-high 11 points as North Clay outscored the Vikings 13-5 in the period. Scott Wheeler led North Clay in the fourth quarter with six of the team's 16 points on the way to the win.

Justin White had 10 points with Jonathon Bradshaw contributing eight DeWeese had six and both Kyle Hughes and Caleb Mason added four.

In the 'B' game, the Knights won comfortably by a 45-17 score to also remain unbeaten this season.

Wheeler had 12 points for the Knights who put 10 players in the scoring column.

Eric Van Horn contributed eight points for the Knights who also got six from Caleb Andrews, five from Derek Shepard and four from Brock Hall.

Next up for the eighth grade squad is a road trip next Monday against Honey Creek at 5 p.m.

North Clay sixth grade basketball

The North Clay sixth grade basketball team got 20 points from Chance Talbot on the way to a win over Otter Creek.

Dillon Reynolds had 12 points and Damon Hyatt added 11 and Brett Jadvani had four in the victory.

Up next for the sixth grade squad a road trip to Sarah Scott on Wednesday evening at 5 p.m.

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