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Sunday, February 16, 2014 12:00 AM


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DELPHOS — Bath used its size and length to dominate the glass 38-21, including 18-4 offensive, as the Wildcats downed homestanding St. John’s 64-57 in non-conference boys cage action Saturday night inside Robert A. Arnzen Gymnasium.

The Wildcats (15-4) used the tandem of 6-6 senior Taren Sullivan (25 markers, 5 boards, 4 steals) and 6-2 senior Hayden Atkins (21 counters, 11 rebounds) to lead the way.

Guiding the Blue Jays (11-8) were junior Andy grothouse (17 counters, 4 boards), senior Eric Clark (16 points) and junior Alex Odenweller (12) to keep up.


The Jays, already at a size disadvantage, were without the services of 6-5 junior Tyler Conley, who became ill during pre-game and couldn’t get come back.


Bath takes on Perry Tuesday in a makeup game, while the Jays host Parkway to end regular-season play Friday.

In junior varsity action, the Wildcats improved to 8-11 with a 57-42 triumph.

Chase Clark dropped in 23 and Cam Clark 18 for the victors. Gage Seffernick drained 16 (4 bombs) for the JV Jays (1-15) and Robby Saine 11 (3 bombs).

(Longer article and box on Monday’s web and Tuesday’s Herald).

Last Updated on Monday, February 17, 2014 8:14 PM

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