Late Rally Not Enough For Indians
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Just like the Lady Indians, the Clark County boys were supposed to open their 2020-21 season at Scotland County on Tuesday. Instead, they faced Canton at home.
With their strongest player quarantined, it was going to be an uphill battle for Clark County. Gage Winters put Clark County’s first points of the season on the scoreboard, hitting a three pointer early in the contest. The Indians stayed close early, trailing 10-9 after one quarter.
Canton hit their stride in the second period, outscoring Clark County 15-7 to take a 25-16 lead at half. The third quarter was even better for the Tigers, topping Clark County 15-5 to take a 40-21 lead.
Clark County mounted a 19-point final quarter, led by Carter Briscoe with nine points, but it was too late, and the Indians fell 55-40 in the season opener.
Carter Briscoe led the Indians with 14 points. Gage Winters sank a trio of threes for nine points, and Sam Wheeler added seven points. Eli Elam scored three points, and Gabe Hunziker, Aaron Day and Drayson Daniel added two points each.
The Indians face some old rivals in the Tri-Rivers Classic this week.