Freshman team continues streak

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The Switzerland County freshman boys basketball team continued its winning streak with three more victories during the past week.

The wins take the Pacers’ season record to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in conference play.

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On Wednesday, December 2nd, the Pacers defeated Southwestern by a score of 35-33.

Tyler Queen led Switzerland County with 14 points and five rebounds; while Alex Galbreath finished with nine points, six rebounds, and two steals.

Clint Swanson had seven points, three rebounds, and two steals; Alex Curran added four points and seven rebounds; and Trevor Smith had a point and three rebounds.

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On Saturday, December 5th, Switzerland County defeated South Ripley by a score of 64-32.

“This was a total team victory,” Coach Sean McGarvey said. “We had a season-high in both assists (9) and steals (16), which was very impressive.”

Offensively, Trevor Smith led the Pacers with 15 points and two steals; Tanner Gray had 14 points – going 4-for-5 on three-pointers; and Tyler Queen had 13 points and four rebounds.

Alex Galbreath had eight points and five rebounds; Clint Swanson had seven points and two assists; Alex Curran had four points, five rebounds, and three steals; and Dalton Scudder added three points and two rebounds.

Nelson Hughes chipped in two rebounds; Averi Fultz added two rebounds and three steals; and Chris Morris pulled down a rebound.

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On Monday night, the Pacers dispatched Jac-Cen-Del by a score of 66-20.

Tyler Queen led all scorers with 16 points and two rebounds; while Alex Curran finished with 12 points and six rebounds; and Tanner Gray had 10 points and two assists.

Trevor Smith had eight points, two assists, and seven steals; Alex Galbreath had seven points and two steals; Nelson Hughes had four points and three rebounds; and Averi Fultz had four points, four rebounds, and six steals.

Dalton Scudder had three points; Clint Swanson had two points, two rebounds, and four steals; and Chris Morris added three rebounds to the effort.

“I thought we came out flat in the first half, but really got it going in the second half,” Coach McGarvey said. “I was very happy with our bench production.”