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Boys basketball: Clinton Christian edges out Bethany

Couriers use third-quarter difference for victory

Posted on Feb. 4, 2014 at 10:13 p.m.

GOSHEN — Clinton Christian used a third-quarter rally to push past host Bethany Christian 63-62 Tuesday, Feb. 4.

Despite Sol Brenneman’s 27 point effort (including three 3-pointers), the Bruins couldn’t seal the game. Madison Yoder led the Couriers with 24 points, including four 3-pointers.

Clinton Christian 63, Bethany Christian 62

Clinton— Cory Eash 0, Nathan Stutzman 14, Justin Yoder 0, Madison Yoder 24, Trevor Martin 0, Josh Horst 10, Benson Yoder 6, Chandler Beachy 9. Totals: 22 11-16 63.

Bethany — Sol Brenneman 27, Tristan Clark 7, Joseph Mumaw 9, Abe Thorne 11, Ehtan Miller 4, Joel Gerig 0, Ian Bomberger 1, Joel Miller 3. Totals: 20 17-24 62.

Scoring By Quarters

Clinton— 11 14 17 21 — 63

Bethany — 19 10 11 22 — 62

3-point goals: Clinton (8) —M. Yoder 4, Stutzman 3, Horst ; Bethany (5) — Brenneman 3, Mumaw, Thorne.

Rebounds: Clinton (39) — B. Yoder 13, Beachy 7; Bethany (27) — Thorne 8.

Assists: Clinton (11) —M. Yoder 4 ; Bethany (8) — Thorne 3.

Steals: Clinton (8)— M. Yoder 3 ; Bethany (11) — Clark 4, Thorne 3.

Turnovers: Clinton 21, Bethany 14.

Total fouls: Clinton 14, Bethany 15.

Records: Clinton Christian (9-6); Bethany Christian (3-19).

Next: Bethany Christian at Elkhart Christian Friday, Feb. 7.

JV: Bethany Christian 40, Clinton Christian 19. Top scorers: Bethany — Noah Richer 13.


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