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Switzerland County 53, Milan 48; JV Pacers 42-38

Vevay-  After pounding New Washington 63-36 on Friday, Switzerland County completed a weekend sweep Saturday and notched its first ORVC win of the season, 53-48 over visiting Milan.

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The Indians jumped out to a 5-0 lead on a 3-pointer by Zac Minnich and a field goal by Orrin Schmidt. Down 10-4, the Pacers scored the next 5 points to get within one, 10-9.  The first quarter ended with Milan in front 13-11. Austin King and Schmidt each scored four in the quarter for the Tribe while Kyle Whitham netted seven and Damian Breeck scored four to lead the Swiss.

After two points from Milan to start the second, Switzerland County went on an 8-0 run to take its first lead and a lead it did not give back.  The Pacers held a 23-20 advantage at halftime.

Switz’s Austin South scored all six of his first half points in the second period which included 4 of 4 charity tosses.  Through the first 16 minutes, Breeck had six points as well while Pacer teammate Kyle Whitham carded nine.  For the Indians, Schmidt logged six while King had four.

Breeck’s two trifectas sparked an 11-3 start to the third quarter for the hosts and an 11-point advantage.  Five quick points by the visitors, including King’s second arc buster, brought the Indians back within six.  The Pacers held a 38-30 lead heading into the final stanza.

SwitzCo. opened the fourth with five straight points with Justin Chatham dialing up a three.  The Pacer lead reached 13, 49-36, but Milan’s Zac Minnich started to get hot. He hit back-to-back long balls to bring the Indians back within seven, 49-42.

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