|Gelhaus, Kahlig lift Indians past Jeffcats|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Monday, December 10, 2012 11:32 AM|
Gelhaus, a University of Findlay commit, and Kahlig scored 20 points apiece, with Gelhaus adding 13 rebounds for a double-double.
Jefferson (0-2) used a 1-2-2 quarter-court zone to limit touches by the Tribe duo and force the hosts to shoot over the top. The strategy worked as the Tribe shot 2-of-10 overall (18-of-48 for the contest, 4-of-19 from deep, for 37.5%) and Gelhaus went scoreless. On the other end, the visitors scored the first five points, all by junior Ross Thompson (11 markers, 5 boards; limited by foul trouble). Jefferson canned 4-of-7 shots in the period (12-of-28 for the night, 3-of-7 beyond the arc, for 42.9%), including junior Tyler Mox’s 3-ball from the right corner with 40 ticks showing, for an 11-5 edge.
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