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ECA gets it down on the road at Fairfield

Elkhart Christian Academy improves to 11-3


Posted on Feb. 10, 2014 at 5:31 p.m.

BENTON — Ryan Kupferschmid scored 22 points for Elkhart Christian in a 52-48 victory over the Fairfield in boys basketball on Saturday, Feb. 8.

Cory Waycaster added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Eagles, who improved to 11-3.

The Falcons (9-6) were led by Joe Line with 15 points and Josh Stephens with nine. Line also contributed seven rebounds and four assists.

Elkhart Christian 52,

Fairfield 48

Elkhart — Ryan Kupferschmid 22, Cory Waycaster 16, Tanner Watson 6, Jude Allen 3, Drew Overmyer 3, Kenny Bearss 2, Steve Weaver 0. Totals: 14 16-24 52.

Fairfield — Joe Line 14, Josh Stephens 9, John Stack 6, Brock Goeglein 5, Marcus Rodes 5, Clay Bontrager 2, Kegan Showalter 0, Sam Brown 0, Mitch Dewitt 0. Totals: 15 10-13 48.

Scoring By Quarters

Elk. Christian — 12 11 17 12 — 52

Fairfield — 11 9 11 17 — 48

3-point goals: Elkhart (8) — Kupferschmid 5; Fairfield (8) — Stephens 3, Stack 2.

Rebounds: Elkhart (28) — Waycaster 8, Watson 6; Fairfield (21) — Line 7.

Assists: Elkhart (14) — Waycaster 4, Bearss 4; Fairfield (9) — Line 4.

Steals: Elkhart (4) Kupferschmid 2; Fairfield (5) — Rodes 2.

Turnovers: Elkhart 13, Fairfield 8.

Total fouls: Elkhart 13, Fairfield 20.

Records: Elkhart 11-3, Fairfield 8-6.

Next: Elkhart Christian at Bremen Monday, Feb. 10; Fairfield at Fremont Thursday, Feb. 13.


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