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The Clark County Indians put on a strong performance with a win at Canton on Tuesday evening. Clark County took the lead early and never looked back. Layne Sommers hit a pair of threes in the opening quarter, and Sam Wheeler added six from the floor as the Indians took a 16-11 lead in the first quarter.
Canton cut the Clark County lead to 22-20 with a run in the second quarter.
The Indian defense gave up only five point in the third, as Clark County pulled away 34-25, on their way to a 47-38 win.
Wheeler led the Indians with 13 points, and Sommers had 12. Carter Briscoe had nine points, and Gave Hunziker scored seven. Aaron Day added six point for Clark Count.
A day earlier, the Indian were blown out at Kirksville, 61-24. Briscoe led the Indian scoring with six points. Eli Elam added five, and Sommers and Day scored four points each. Conner Pearl scored three, and Sam Wheeler rounded out the Clark County scoring with two points.
On Saturday, the Indians traveled to Fort Madison to face the Bloodhounds. The Indians stayed close early, trailing 18-13 at the half, but fell 44-21.
Wheeler led the Indian scoring with 10 points. Hunziker added four. Sommers, Bricoe and Day each scored two points, and Gage Winters scored one point.
The Indian host Macon on Friday, and it will be Senior Night at Clark County.