By Dan Wright
Lloyd junior guard D. J. Wright made three free throws to send the game to overtime, but Beechwood converted six of eight free throws in overtime to defeat the Juggernauts, 54-48, Friday night.
Junior forward Conner Brock and junior guard Jacob Huff combined to hit seven 3-pointers for the Tigers, with Brock scoring a game-high 15 points, followed by 14 from Huff.
Junior forward Sergio Guitierez led Lloyd with 14 points, connecting on three triples.
BEECHWOOD 10-14-16- 4-10—54
at LLOYD 6- 7-17-14- 4—48
BEECHWOOD (7-8): Stokes 1 4 6, Shover 2 2 6, Huff 4 2 14, Colosimo 1 0 2, Toebbe 1 0 2, Brock 6 0 15, Bankemper 0 1 1, Fieger 2 4 8. Totals 17 13 54.
LLOYD (4-12): Wright 2 3 8, Townsend 3 0 7, Guitierez 4 3 14, Molitor 4 4 13, Kemen 1 0 2, Christiansen 2 0 4. Totals 16 10 48.
3-pointers: B—Huff 4, Brock 3. L— Guitierez 3, Wright, Townsend, Molitor.
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