The Clark County Indians ended a 17 game Tri Rivers Conference win streak with a pair of conference losses.Clark County hosted the Putnam County Midgets last week, and came away with a disappointing 54-34 loss.Three Indians scored in the opening period, and after one quarter, the game was tied at nine each. Indian points were
The Clark County Indians ended a 17 game Tri Rivers Conference win streak with a pair of conference losses.
Clark County hosted the Putnam County Midgets last week, and came away with a disappointing 54-34 loss.
Three Indians scored in the opening period, and after one quarter, the game was tied at nine each.
Indian points were hard to come by in the second period as Clark County was outscored 15-4, to trail at half 24-13.
The Indians put eight points on the board in the third quarter, and 13 in the final quarter, but it was too little too late to catch the Midgets.
Dakota Armstrong led the Indians with 10 points. Justin Oilar had six, and Justin Alderton and Ryan Whiston added five each. Neal Moon had four, and Jeremy Logsdon and Nathan Alderton had two points a piece.
On Friday, the Indians travelled to Schuyler County to face the Rams.
Justin Oilar had a hot opening quarter, scoring eight of the Indians; 10 points.
Schuyler County went on a 13-2 run in the second quarter as the Indians turned the ball over time and again, as the Rams took a 24-14 halftime lead.
Dakota Armstrong hit three three-points and a pair of free throws in the third, as the Indians took care of the ball and cut the lead to 36-34.
Oilar cut the lead to only a single basket to start the fourth quarter, the Rams took advantage of more turnovers and ran away to a 52-39 finish.
Justin Oilar had 15 to lead Clark County. Dakota Armstrong had 11. Jeremy Logsdon added seven, and Ryan Whiston had six points.