Chisholm stars in dual games On The Courts

Mansfield Courier - - SPORT - By JOHN EIS­NER

AN­OTHER three good games were played last Tues­day in the men’s bas­ket­ball se­ries with Men-O-War (MOW) tak­ing on the For­feit­ers in game one.

MOW played good de­fence, lim­it­ing the For­feit­ers’ out­side shots and in the sec­ond half Nathan Barg­er­bos se­cured 12 points.

MOW lacked a bit of of­fen­sive struc­ture, how­ever, and with Tyler Chisholm fill­ing in for the For­feit­ers with 11 points they slipped home in a 29 to 26 re­sult.

Tyler Chisholm (play­ing for his own team, The Ea­gles) was able to shoot 20 points in game two thanks to the Ea­gles’ free flow­ing of­fen­sive pass­ing against the High Coun­try Cow­boys.

Brad Friend hit a cou­ple of three pointers, but was shut down and Sam Cor­den and Scott Mark­wick made a cou­ple of nice plays for the Cow­boys.

With some good re­bound­ing and ex­tra goals from Wal Smith and Kane Blunt the Ea­gles were com­fort­ably home in a 38 to 18 re­sult.

In a spir­ited third game Baily and Ben Vo­gelzang shot 21 points be­tween them for Mer­ri­jig seal­ing the Palms’ fate in a 32 to 21 win.

Jar­rod Hue­ston, Jimmy Her­ridge and Dar­ren Loughridge made some good moves for the Palms but in the end the Palms just didn’t man­u­fac­ture enough scor­ing plays.

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