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Shippensburg Boy’s Basketball

Shippensburg 66 Muhlenburg 62

SHIPPENSBURG (66)- Adam Houser  1 6-8 8, Aaron Ross 0 1-3 1, Jacob Frey 2 0-0 5 Nick Gustafson 2 0-0 4 Alaric Hickman 4 0-2 8, Collin Taylor 3 0-0 6, Carter Van Scyoc 11 8-8 34, Totals: 23 15-21 66

MUHLENBURG (62)-Dreyton Kipp 2 0-0 5, Jahmere Evans 8 4-8 20, Trey Flynn 4 2-2 10, Caidan Iaccarino 1 2-2 4, Jonte Simmons 2 0-0 4, Coride Antoine 1 0-0 2, Mikai Washington 5 2-3 16, Totals: 23 10-15 62

Shippensburg 13 19 20 14 -66

Muhlenburg    14 17 14 17  -62

3-point shots- SH- 5 (Carter VanScyoc 4, Jacob Frey); M- 6 (Makai Washington 4, Dreyton Kipp, Trey Flynn)

 

Carter Van Scyoc had a monster game to lead the Greyhounds to a big win Saturday over Muhlenburg by a 66-62 score at Muhlenburg.

Van Scyoc tallied 34 points, including four shots from beyond the arc to lead the  ‘Hounds. They trailed 14-13 after the first eight minutes but rallied to take a 32-31 lead at the half.

The Greyhounds outscored the Mules 20-14 in the third to take a seven-point lead and held on for dear life down the stretch to pull out the win.

Shippensburg (1-0 Commonwealth, 3-1 overall) got eight points from Alaric Hickman and Adam Houser as well as six points from Collin Taylor.

Muhenburg had a balanced attack as Jahmere Evans tallied 20, Makai Washington added 16 and Trey Flynn tallied 11 points.

Shippensburg returns to action Monday as they host Boiling Springs, also unbeaten in Colonial Division play at 7:30 pm.

They travel to play rival Big Spring Wednesday in a girls/boys game double header.

 

 

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