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Southwestern 68, Milan 52; Rebels win 2nd straight 2A-45 title

Versailles-  A fast start to the third quarter was the difference in Southwestern capturing its second straight boys’ basketball 2A Sectional 45 championship Saturday as the Rebels defeated Milan 68-52.  It also marked the program’s eighth overall title.

 
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The two ORVC foes played February 15 in Hanover.  Southwestern rolled to a 26-point victory, 101-75, en route to a second consecutive undefeated conference season.

Saturday’s rematch at South Ripley was a much different contest.  In the first half, the Indians and Rebels traded shot for shot.  A zone defense installed by Milan coach Randy Combs certainly made things more difficult for Southwestern’s typically potent offense.

There were four lead changes in the first quarter where the Indians held an 18-17 edge after eight minutes of play. Milan’s Joel Norman had 10 points and Peyton Wert scored six.  Both players hit a pair of 3-pointers.  Southwestern’s Tyler Cramer netted 13 points and knocked down three shots from beyond the arc.

Four more lead changes followed in the second period which, again, ended with the Tribe up one, 28-27. Kramer, who was back on his game after dealing with an illness for a week, scored 21 points in the first half, with eight coming in the second quarter.  Carter Wade and Adam Norman both put in four points for Milan.

Over the first 16 minutes, the Indians were 8 for 10 with their 2-points shots. They missed their final five attempts from 3-point range but still converted a respectable 4 of 11.  The Rebels sank 7 of 11 balls from two and, like Milan, saw their long range shots slip as the half progressed.  The Hanover lads missed their last eight tri attempts connecting on only 3 of 15.

The key point in the game for coach Jerry Bomholt’s Rebels was the start of the third quarter.  Southwestern scored 10 straight to go from one down to nine up.  Foster Mefford had a 3-point play and a quick field goal to follow off a turnover.  After a Milan time out, a trey by Kramer and a deuce from Zach Cole extended Southwestern’s lead to 37-28.

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