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Clinton improves to 11-4 after win

Posted on Jan. 11, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.

SOUTH BEND — Clinton traveled to South Bend last night and upended Trinity 68-61 to seal their ninth win in a row.

The Couriers got off to a hot start in the first quarter, as they were led by Jamin Hochstetler (24 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals) and Madison Yoder (17 points). Clinton goes to Fort Wayne Canterbury next Saturday.

clinton 68, trinity 61

Clinton — Lance Miller 8, Jamin Hochstetler 24, Cory Eash 8, Trevor Martin 0, Josh Horst 0, Justin Yoder 3, Ethan Miller 6, Madison Yoder 17, Chandler Beachy 2. Totals: 28 17-21 68.

Trinity — Nick Matt 0, Jacob Yant 0, Tim Pingel 4, Mark Havard 8, Bobby Cramer 11, Ben Seasly 2, Noah Busk 1 Emmanuel Black 11, Mark Smith 24, Ryan Busk 0. Totals: 28 7-18 61.

Scoring By Quarters

Clinton 24 10 20 14 — 68

Trinity 13 15 16 17 — 61

3-point goals: Clinton (5) — Eash 2, Hochstetler 1, J. Yoder 1, M. Yoder 1; Trinity (2) — Havard 1, Black 1.

Rebounds: Clinton (27) — Hochstetler 9, Miller 8; Trinity (36) — Pingel 8, Smith 8.

Assists: Clinton (9) — Hochstetler 5; Trinity (8) — Pingel 2, Smith 2.

Steals: Clinton (10) — Hochstetler 4; Trinity (8) — Havard 3, Smith 3.

Turnovers: Clinton 16, Trinity 17.

Total fouls: Clinton 13, Trinity 15.

Records: Clinton 11-4, Trinity 6-5.

Next: Clinton at FW Canterbury Jan. 19.



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