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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Seneca buries Southwest, 66-34

  • Seneca had a big first half offensively and buried Southwest, 66-34, in varsity boys basketball action at Seneca High School on Monday.
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  • Seneca had a big first half offensively and buried Southwest, 66-34, in varsity boys basketball action at Seneca High School on Monday.
    The Indians (8-6) opened the game sporting the hot hand as they rattled in 24 points in the first quarter and followed it up with 22 more in the second quarter to take a 46-22 lead at halftime. The Indians hit five 3-pointers in the first quarter alone.
    “We got started off really well,” Indians coach Will King said. “I think our offense really got rolling. We played all four quarters. I was really proud of the guys. They took pride in their defense, as well. Everybody was ready to play and I thought they all did a good job.”
    Tyrell Hembree had a big game for the Indians with 25 points, while teammate Seth Harris poured in 19. Bradley Jumper finished with seven points, while Isaac Gayer added five, Chance Smith four and Brent Hill, Mac Yust and Elias Roelfsema had two each.
    Brad Daniels led the Trojans with 12 points, while Robbie Randall had 10, Blake Barnes eight and Mahlon McIntire and Paton Clay two.
    Southwest won the B game, 38-32.
    Zack Dunnam led the Indians with 10 points, while Hill had six, Ty Smith and Spencer Brattin five, Josh Garcia four and Jake Hall two.
    The Indians take on Carl Junction in the first round of the Carl Junction Tournament at 7 p.m. Thursday.
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