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The Clark County Indians hosted Scotland County on Saturday afternoon. The Indians came into the contest with a 5-12 record for the season. Layne Sommers put the Indians on the scoreboard first, two and a half minutes into the game, sinking a pair of free throws. Unfortunately for Clark County, those would be their only points of the first quarter, while Scotland County went on a 15-0 run. At the end of the first quarter, the Tigers led 15-2. Six Indians scoring powered a Clark County comeback in the second period. The Indians fought their way to within three points late in the first half before Scotland hit a shot at the buzzer. At the half, Clark County was still in contention, 22-17. The Tigers stretched their lead in the second half, and went on to a 53-41 win.
Clark County scoring was led by Sam Wheeler with 14 points. Layne Sommers added nine, and Gabe Hunziker sank a pair of three-pointers for six points. Conner Pearl and Drayson Daniels had three points each, and Gage Winters scored two points. The Indians play at Palmyra on Tuesday, and host Brookfield for Courtwarming on Friday.