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Hochstetler’s 32 leads Clinton past Bethany

Couriers advance to 13-5.
Posted on Jan. 30, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.

GOSHEN — Jamin Hochstetler sank all nine of his free throw attempts and also buried three 3-pointers Tuesday on the way to a career-best 32 points in leading Clinton Christian past visiting Bethany Christian 60-56 in boys basketball.

Madison Yoder added 12 points for the Couriers (13-5), winners in 11 of their last 12 games.

Abe Thorne (18 points), Sol Brenneman (13) and Caleb Morris (11) paced the Bruins (3-11).

Clinton Christian 60,

Bethany Christian 56

Bethany — Sol Brenneman 13, Nate Nussbaum 3, Ike Lehman 0, Cristian Romero 2, Isaac Schertz 5, Abe Thorne 18, Jesse Loewen 4, Caleb Morris 11, Ben Rudy-Froese 0. Totals: 23 9-17 56.

Clinton — Lance Miller 3, Jamin Hochstetler 32, Cory Eash 0, Trevor Martin 5, Josh Horst 0, Justin Yoder 2, Ethan Miller 4, Madison Yoder 12, Chandler Beachy 2. Totals: 20 16-19 60.

Scoring By Quarters

Bethany 14 17 15 10 — 56

Clinton 20 11 14 15 — 60

3-point goals: Bethany (1) — Morris; Clinton (4) — Hochstetler 3, M. Yoder.

Rebounds: Bethany — Thorne 10, Brenneman 7, Morris 6; Clinton — M. Yoder 9, L. Miller 5.

Total fouls: Bethany 15, Clinton 15. Fouled out — L. Miller.

Records: Clinton 13-5, Bethany 3-11.

Next: Bethany at Elkhart Christian, Clinton at Huntington Home schoolers, both Friday.

JV: Clinton 39, Bethany 38. Top scorers: Clinton — Nate Stutzman 15, Josh Horst 15; Bethany — Tristan Clark 8, Ian Bomberger 8.




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