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North Crawford triumphs over Kickapoo 62-54 in tough game
Boys basketball
Munson in game v Kickapoo
NORTH CRAWFORD’S scoring leader, Stephen Munson (1), pulls up to shoot over Kickapoo’s Bryar Ledman (5) on his way to scoirng 23 points in the Trojans’ 62-54 victory over the visiting Panthers. Munson became relentless in the second half as drove the lane and the baseline.

NORTH CRAWFORD seemed prepared for the home game against Kickapoo on Friday, Dec. 18 following their big road win over Seneca on Tuesday.

The Trojans defeated the visiting Panthers 62-54, but Kickapoo played a good game.

Trojan junior Stephen Munson was back with a vengeance leading his team in scoring with 23 points. Munson became unstoppable in the second half as he drove the lane and the baseline at will.

North Crawford’s Garrett Finnell and Devlin Smith had a huge impact as they combined for 7-8 on three pointers. Finnell was 4-4 for 16 points and Smith was 3-4 for nine points.

Sever Stovey, the Trojans new found power in the post, scored 12 points. Quentin Lathrop added four points including the final two points in the game from the free throw line, as he had at Seneca three days earlier.

North Crawford coach Chris Wettstein acknowledged the effort of Kickapoo particularly from senior point guard Spencer Vanek and senior forward Kyle Leatherman.

North Crawford will host the Ithaca Bulldogs on Tuesday, Dec. 29.