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Main Streeters roll pas Arrows 87-48

Published 10:48am Wednesday, February 27, 2013

ASHBY — The Ashby Arrows saw second half foul trouble spark the visiting Sauk Centre boys as the home team fell 87-48 in their home season finale.

“We hit a shot to open the second half to cut their lead to nine, but then we got five quick fouls called against us and guys got into foul trouble,” Ashby Coach Jeremy Knick said. “That really hurt us and then they were able to get out and put a huge run together.

Blake Ohren led the Ashby shooters with 13 points, while teammate J.P. Moe dropped in 10 marks of his own.

The Arrows will close out their season Friday as they travel to take on Wheaton/Herman-Norcross in a 7:30 p.m. match up.


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