OABCIG basketball teams sweep East Sac County

The OABCIG basketball teams swept past East Sac County on Saturday afternoon, the girls winning 52-48 and the boys winning 54-44

The girl’s game saw a see-saw affair. The OABCIG Falcons opened up the scoring on a 5-0 run. The East Sac County Raiders would score two minutes into the game and go on a 14-8 run to lead 14-13 before the Falcons hit a buzzer-beating three to 16-14 after one. In the second quarter, the Raiders would tie the game on two separate occasions before the Falcons used a late 7-2 run to lead 31-26 at the half. The teams played lock-down defense in the third as the Raiders would use an 8-3 quarter to tie the game at 34. The Raiders would hold a 41-36 third quarter. Following that the Falcons would go on an 11-0 run to lead 47-41 with under two minutes to go. The Raiders would get as close as 49-48 with 40 seconds to go but that would be as close as they would get. The Falcons would go on to win 52-48. Falcons lead by Alex Schroeder with 18, Raiders lead by Mary Bontrager with 16. Falcons improve to 1-3, Raiders now 0-4

The boy’s game saw an OABCIG come-back win over East Sac County. The Raiders opened up the opening quarter on a 20-8 run and lead by 12 after one. In the second the Falcons answered with a 15-6 run to cut the lead to 26-23 with 2:20 to go in the second. The Falcons would close out the half on a 5-2 run to tie the game at 28 at the break. The Falcons would keep thing rolling outscoing the Raiders 12-5 in the third en route to a 54-44 win. Falcons were lead by Kane Ladwig with 20 points, the Raiders were lead by Ryan Clair with 13. Raiders fall to 0-3, Falcons now 4-0


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