Walters, Nafziger key for Goshen in overtime boys basketball win

Eliot Nafziger

Mitchell Walters' three-point play at the end of regulation forced overtime for Goshen and Eliot Nafziger led a balanced attack with 19 points as the RedHawks rallied to beat host Fremont 71-70 in boys high school basketball Thursday night.

Walters tallied 17 points as Goshen improved to 3-1, Will Line netted 15 points and dished seven assists, and Michael Pinarski added 13 points, eight rebounds and three steals.

Wade Regadanz scored 27 points to pace four scorers in double figures for coach John Wysong's Eagles (3-2).


Goshen: Eliot Nafziger 19, Mitchell Walters 17, Will Line 15, Michael Pinarski 13, Bryant Robinson 7, Simon Myers 0, Deven Love 0, Joseph Good 0, Alec Lehr 0, Dominick Swinney 0. Totals 27-59 10-11 71.

Fremont: Wade Regadanz 27, Logan Pentecost 13, Cooper Wall 12, Nick LaRose 11, Nathan Midtgard 7, Brendan Kukn 0, Jayce Colclasure 0, Dylan Peppler 0. Totals: 26-47 13-22 70.

Scoring By Quarters



3-point goals: Goshen (7) - Nafziger 3, Line 2, Pinarski, Robinson; Fremont (5) - Regadanz 2, Wall 2, Midtgard.

Rebounds: Goshen (29) - Pinarski 8, Walters 6, Nafziger 5; Fremont (26) - LaRose 6, Pentecost 5.

Assists: Goshen (16) - Line 7, Walters 3.

Steals: Goshen (6) - Pinarski 3.

Turnovers: Goshen 7, Fremont 6.

Fouls: Goshen 18, Fremont 12. Fouled out - none.

Records: Goshen 3-1, Fremont 3-2.

Next: Goshen at SB St. Joseph, Fremont at Hamilton, both Saturday.

JV score: Goshen 49, Fremont 39. Top scorers: Goshen - Porter Revoir 16, Dominick Swinney 11. JV record: Goshen 4-0.

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