Trojans Hit Shots Over and Over Again

KSCB News - March 4, 2010 12:00 am

Andover came out smoking hot after a long road trip to Liberal Wednesday. The Trojans (11-10) scored 19 in the first quarter in rout to a 64-52 win over the Redskins in the ‘Big House.’ Liberal head coach Drew Gruver tips hit cap to the Trojans. “Andover obviously has a very good team,” Gruver said after his first loss in the first round of sub state. “They were on fire in the first half. Maybe some of that was we didn’t get out on shooters. We knew they had a couple of guys who could shoot it, but I’m not sure they’re that good of shooters. I think they hit five three’s in the first half.” Liberal actually led 22-19 in the second quarter before the Trojans went on a 10-0 run. The game was never really close again. Liberal trailed 35-26 at halftime and trailed several times by 14 in the second half. Andover’s Thomas Jobe scored 28 and made 15-17 at the free throw line. Andover was 22-29 at the foul line while the Redskins were 18-28 at the free throw line. Jade Cathey scored 17 in a game in which the Skins again missed many two footers.

WAC in Sub State

Hays 47 Newton 38

Great Bend 39 Emporia 38

Dodge City 50 Wichita South 27

Girls

Dodge City 65 Wichita South 28

Goddard 45 Garden City 34

 

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