The Waynesboro Indians fell to Cumberland Valley 46-39 in the championship game of the Sauve’ Brothers Holiday Tournament in Mechanicsburg Wednesday night dealing the Indians their first loss of the season.
The game was close the whole way. Waynesboro led 15-10 after the first quarter, tied 22-22 at the half and the Eagles led 32-31 at the end of the third quarter, Waynesboro did not score through the first five and a half minutes of the fourth quarter, and the Eagles scored just three. Waynesboro finally broke the ice when Jaylon Bean hit a pair of foul shots. Cumberland Valley hit crucial free throws the rest of the way to seal the win.
Ryan Shaffer led the Indians with 15 points, Bean had 8 and Tanyon Shaull and Michael Young had six apiece.
JD Hunter had 17 points and Dylan Levis scored 15 to lead Cumberland Valley.
Cumberland Valley improved to 7-0 while Waynesboro falls to 9-1.
Jaylon Bean and Ryan Shaffer were named to the All Tournament team.
Waynesboro returns to Colonial Division play Tuesday January 3 when they travel to Gettysburg.
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