The Odessa Record -

Titan boys lose to ACH, conquer VC, Columbia

 

--Photos for The Record by Terrie Schmidt-Crosby.

Against ACH Friday, Marcus King has the ball, guarded by Kameron Goetz of the Warriors. Colton Hunt (23) assists.

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The Titan varsity boys lost a close battle to Almira/Coulee-Hartline on January 19, 53-55, in a make-up game that had been canceled the previous Tuesday due to weather conditions. It was largely a defensive game, with both teams working tirelessly to stop their rivals from scoring. The Titans had a one-point lead going into half time. Although the Titans were down by nine points during part of the second half, they were able to even the score late in the game.

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Ryan Moffet had 31 points and Camden Weber had 10 for the Titans.

For a game played on short notice to the public, the crowd was large from both communities. The noise was sometimes deafening.

Valley Christian

Playing in Harrington Friday, January 20, the Titan boys defeated Valley Christian by a score of 74-31.

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Moffet scored 32 points to lead the Titans. Jayd Jennings had a good night with 14, and Weber put up 11. Defensively, Weber, Colton Hunt and John DeWulf each contributed five rebounds. Weber led in assists with eight and in steals with nine.

Columbia/Hunters

Saturday evening's game was at Columbia High School in Hunters and provided the Titans with another lopsided win.

John DeWulf, foreground, drives into the key. Ryan Moffet is in the background.

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The scoring was a bit more widely distributed among the Titan teammates. Moffet had 26 points, Marcus King 17 points and DeWulf 10.

Rebounding was also shared, with Jaden Hunt leading the team with four. Every team member played and each had at least one rebound on the night. Jennings led in assists with five and King was the champion thief with seven steals.

 

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