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12/12 BBK: Ryle, Newport winners

Stuhr scores 28 for Raiders

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By John Lachmann
Kypostsports@yahoo.com
Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Senior center Will Stuhr rolled up 28 points – including 17 in the first half – and 16 rebounds as Ryle beat Holy Cross, 82-72 on Thursday.

Senior guard Tanner White added 13 points, and sophomore guard Tyrek Owens rolled up seven of his nine points in the final period, including both of his 3-pointers.

Indians sophomore guard Leighton Schrand led all scorers with 32 points, knocking down eight treys. He scored 11 points in both the second and third quarters, hitting six of his shots from behind the arc in that span.

H. CROSS 16-19-21-16—72
at RYLE 21-15-23-23—82

HOLY CROSS (0-5): Wehrman 1 6 8, Scott 0 1 1, Seibert 2 6 10, Schrand 10 4 32, Volpenhein 1 0 3, Bezold 6 3 16, Thiele 1 0 2. Totals 21 20 72.

RYLE (3-2): Owens 3 1 9, Puthoff 3 3 10, Moore 0 1 1, Bellew 3 0 6, Lonnemann 2 2 7, Allen 1 0 2, White 6 0 13, Turner 1 1 4, England 0 2 2, Stuhr 12 3 28. Totals 31 13 82.

3-pointers: R—Owens 2, Puthoff, Lonnemann, White, Turner, Stuhr. HC—Schrand 8, Volpenhein, Bezold.

NEWPORT 82, DAYTON 53 – Junior guard Paul Price and sophomore guard Ethan Snapp scored 25 points each to pace the Wildcats.

Price netted 12 points in the first half and 13 after the break, and Snapp poured in 16 in the opening two quarters and nine in the final two. Both finished with career highs.

DAYTON 9-20-14-10—53
at NEWPORT 21-22-27-19—89

DAYTON (1-2): Hayes 1 0 2, McDaniel 2 0 6, Lyons 0 2 2, Wear 2 1 5, Brewer 4 2 10, Stewart 3 2 11, Brockman 5 4 15, Meyer 1 0 2. Totals 18 11 53.

NEWPORT (2-2): Price 11 2 25, Turner 3 3 9, Spicer 1 0 2, Covington 4 0 8, Snapp 9 6 25, Do. Josph 2 3 7, De. Joseph 3 0 8, Reynolds 0 1 1, Ochoa 2 0 4. Totals 35 15 89.

3-pointers: N—De. Joseph 2, Snapp, Price. D—Stewart 3, McDaniel 2, Brockman. JV: Newport won.

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