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Bantams have ‘inside’ track in downing Stags

February 8, 2012

Deer Park's Uconn Peone looks for a lane to the basket during first half action on Tuesday.

The Deer Park Stags had no answer for Clarkston’s inside game, especially in the first half, as the Bantams rolled to a 62-42 win on Tuesday.
Clarkston’s power game helped the Bantams build a 15-point lead early in the second quarter.
The Stags managed to cut the lead to 36-24 on a pair of 3-pointers from Uconn Peone, only to have the Bantams’ Drew Adams answer with a long range jumper just before intermission.
For most of the second half, the Bantams were content to play a ball control offense.
The Stags’ last hurrah came on a Zach Mohr 3-pointer that closed the game to 45-34.
Once again, Adams answered with a 3-pointer to give Clarkston some breathing room.
The Bantams slowly stretched their lead in the fourth quarter to improve their Great Northern League record to 5-6. Deer Park fell to 4-7.
The Stags, who played without starting forward Reece Ferguson, were led by Peone with 22 points. Adams paced Clarkston with 27 points.

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