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The Clark County Indians won their first two games at the Tri-Rivers Classic Tournament, played last week at Schuyler County High School.
On Monday, the Indians opened against the host Schuyler County Rams. The Indians played a balanced game, scoring in double-digits in all four quarters. Gage Winters got all of his six points early, hitting a pair of threes in the first quarter, helping lift the Indians to a 15-8 lead. Conner Pearl scored five points in the second quarter, and Clark County held a 28-21 halftime lead. The Indians pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Rams 15-8, and crusied to a 54-40 win.
Sam Wheeler led the Indians with 16 points. Gabe Hunzikder added 11, and Conner Pearl scored seven. Gage Winters scored six points, and Eli Elam had five. Aaron Day scored four points, and Carter Briscoe had three. Drayson Daniel had two points.
On Thursday, the Indians faced Brookfield. Clark County’s defense allowed only six Bulldog points in the first quarter, as they took a 14-6 lead. The Bulldogs added only three in the second quarter, and Clark County pulled away to a 23-9 halftime score. Brookfield outscored Clark County in the third quarter, but the Indians added their second win by 44-32 margin.
Carter Briscoe led the Indians with 13 points. Conner Pearl joined him in double-digits with 11 points. Gabe Hunziker added nine, and Sam Wheeler had six points. Gage Winters finished with five points.