The Clark County Indians hosted the North Shelby Raiders on Tuesday, February 16, and the result was a long bus ride home for the Raiders.
Clark County jumped ahead 21-11 in the first quarters, led by eight points from Justin Oilar. Five Indians found their way the scoreboard in the opening eight minutes.
The Indians extended their lead in the second, while allowing only six more Raider points. At the half, Clark County led 31-17.
Clark County relaxed the pressure in the third period, allowing the Raiders to close to a 43-30 margin. In the final quarter, Clark County added another 18 points, while holding North Shelby to a single free throw, as the Indians rolled to a 61-31 win.
Dakota Armstrong led the Indian effort with 14 points, followed by Justin Alderton with 13. Justin Oilar and Neal Moon each added nine, Nathan Alderton had five, and Kyle Kovar had four points. Ryan Whiston had three points, and Bryce Boudreau and Jeremy Logsdon each had two points.