Wabash Fourth Quarter Explosion Falls Short

The Wabash Apaches boys basketball team traveled to Madison Grant Saturday, digging an early hole before a fourth quarter offensive explosion just fell short in a 75-68 loss.

The Apaches offense was non existent the first half, trailing 18-4 after the first stop and 34-15 at the half.  The Wabash offense picked up the pace in the third, scoring 15 points but gave up 16 and trailed 50-30 with a quarter to go. In the fourth Wabash would have a quarter not soon to be forgotten, exploding for 38 points, but fell short as the Argylls put up 25 to hold off Wabash 75-68.

# Athlete Name Pts
33 Austin Vinopal (Jr) 17
30 Cal Stone (Sr)
23 Luke Mattern (Jr) 12
22 T. Daughtry (Fr) 19
12 L. Vander Velden (So) 6
11 Blake Gribben (So) 1
10 J. Beauchamp (Sr)
4 K. Kelsheimer (Sr) 13
# Athlete Name Off Def Tot Reb Ast Stls TO
10 J. Beauchamp (Sr) 0 3 3 1 0 1
11 Blake Gribben (So) 1 1 2 0 0 1
12 L. Vander Velden (So) 3 4 7 6 2 3
22 T. Daughtry (Fr) 1 2 3 2 2 6
23 Luke Mattern (Jr) 1 2 3 0 0 0
30 Cal Stone (Sr) 1 0 1 0 1 2
33 Austin Vinopal (Jr) 4 5 9 1 2 0
4 K. Kelsheimer (Sr) 0 1 1 2 3 1

The Wabash junior varsity defeated Madison Grant 50-36

Athlete Name Pts
K. Kelsheimer (Fr) 2
Austin Haynes (Jr) 7
Devin Higdon (So) 10
Keaton Vigar (So) 2
Jared Holley (Fr) 10
E. Vander Velden (Fr) 10
Asif Khan (Fr)
James Booth (Fr)
Derek Vogel (Fr) 9

 

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