NORTH CRAWFORD - Friday the Thirteenth proved to be just another lucky day for the North Crawford Trojans who notched their seven, straight win with a solid 44-25 win over the visiting Ithaca Bulldogs.
The North Crawford boys basketball team (7-0) had a slow first half–only leading 15-12 over the Bulldogs going into the locker-room.
North Crawford’s senior guard Daymian Mack made a huge three-point shot early in the second half to put the Trojans up 21-15.
Senior forward Tayler Peery made his first career three-pointer to give the Trojans an 11-point lead midway through the second half.
The Trojans held the Bulldogs to just 10 of 43 shooting on the night.
“When you play defense the way we played tonight it gives you a chance to win any game even the games you struggle to shoot in,” Trojan head coach Chris Wettstein explained after the game.
Sophomore guard Stephen Munson led all scorers with 17 points, while Quentin Lathrop scored 10 points and led the team with eight rebounds.Peery scored seven points and Mack scored five points. Rounding out the scoring for North Crawford were Grady Stovey with three points and Kaeden Chellevold with two points.